- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Pitney Bowes full-time (More than 10 years)
Benefits were outstanding. Diversity, green, and humanitarian initiatives also fantastic. Used to have a great work culture too.
When company went to lean model customer service went downhill internally and externally.
Advice to Management
Spreading everyone too thin and customers are paying for it.
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I applied through other source. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Pitney Bowes (Atlanta, GA (US)) in March 2015.
I had two face to face interviews over a weeks time. Both lasted about an hour each. I met at their hub in Atlanta off Glenridge, no office staff there, just a satellite office with all the equipment there.
They did not press me on past jobs or grill me about tenure or responsibilities. They were most concerned that I had Salesforce.com experience which I did. They talked a lot about the company and some of the issues of a big corporate company. Did not paint an inviting picture. Even if they have 75% of the market share and are offering base salaries from $55k to $65k it might be an unpleasant place to work.
They promised me a decision or call back in 2-3 days but of course blew me off and did not respond but in 10 days with only the "we are still interviewing".
Finally after following up with them each week I was rejected with "we have decided to move in a different direction." What does that mean? I began to dislike them almost immediately because of the way I was ignored. If you are not interested, fine but don't make me wait 4 weeks to find out.
It paints a very grim picture to me of how they do business if you are going to treat their interviewees with so little respect.
I cannot recall any specific questions, they talked a lot about themselves. Does that tell you anything?