Worked out of a hospital. I thought that was pretty cool.
Shuttle Driver (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – December 4, 2013
Pros: fun atmosephere if you're a people person. (like i am)
Cons: job went to part time, there are no more full time employees left, a lot of people lost their benifits.
I shuttled people back and forth from the campus to the admin offices, I learned how to be a social person. Also to always smile no matter what. Management was very disorganized. Never around when you needed them. My co-workers were great. Everybody was usually in a good mood. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the traffic sometimes. Especially – more... at the latter end of the shift when it became rush hour. The most enjoyable part of the job was being around people everyday. Most people were friendly. I even got a few gifts and Christmas cards. That made me feel real good about my job. – less
Employee (Former Employee), Tallahassee, Fl – February 17, 2014
Low Pay, management very underhanded and deceitful. Mundane day in day out same thing. The worst part is you are just a number the company absolutely doesn't care anything about you personally whatsoever.
Mail/sorter (Former Employee), Romulus, MI – February 15, 2014
Pros: every month we had pizza for having no injuries.
I liked this job a lot. The enviroment was peaceful and we worked at a nice steady pace. The first thing we did was stretch, then when loaded our stations with supply. Then we sorted to mail and checked it for correct zip codes and barcodes. The management was nice and very respectful. My-coworkers were nice people. It was a multi-culture environment – more... which I loved. The job was not hard at all. It was very routine, which I enjoyed the most. I also was really good at doing my job so they would often get me to go help other stations. I worked welled with others and enjoyed helping people so that was the nice too. – less
Solution Business Analyst (Current Employee), Golden Valley, MN – February 13, 2014
Pros: work from home, working with people from all over the united states, and differential projects.
Cons: i often work early and stay late, i have worked on every vacation i have had, as long as you are in the country it is unsaid but expected.
A typical day at work is my phone would be ringing at 7 a.m. with an issue with a client or internal to our company. Pitney Bowes has a great training program and my technical expertise grew exponentially. In addition I enjoy my fellow BA's and the engineering crews. The most enjoyable thing about my job are the opportunities I have that are unexpected – more... and learn from them. Pitney Bowes is overall a great company. They have decided to go in a new strategic direction and it is changing the Business Analyst position as a whole. – less
CSR/Mail Dispatcher (Former Employee), Austin,TX – February 11, 2014
Ensured that all mail was reviewed before it went out. It was a fun fast paced environment. With large growth. I learned how to use various computers programs,meter machines, and became knowledgeable to different sources in the workplace.
Mailroom Associate (Former Employee), Manhattan, NY – February 10, 2014
Pros: lunch breaks, discounts
Cons: schedule, hours
At Pitney Bowes, I worked as a Mailroom Associate at Pitney Bowes. I handle both incoming and outgoing mail, and responsible for sending out package items for USPS, FedEx, UPS, DHL, Etc. I deliver mail and packages to the AMEX clients and other departments. Lifted heavy packages up to 55 pounds and refill copy rooms with boxes of printer paper. Picked – more... up clients packages from offices or their cubicles. The benefits were great and the manager but unfortunately the hours were only four a day and the schedule wasn't that flexible. I feel this job is beneficial for students and people with less responsibility. – less
Outbound Sales Agent (Current Employee), Neenah, Wi – February 9, 2014
Pros: benefits and hours
Cons: commison and unreachable sales goals.
Due to customers using more on line service business has greatly declined. I have always enjoyed my time with Pitney Bowes up until recently, when the outbound calling lists have become increasingly difficult to reach company set goals.
Logistic Driver/Truck Driver (Former Employee), Grand Prairie, TX – February 6, 2014
Pros: free lunches some times
Cons: short breaks
Received and delivered mail daily to US post serve, bank, insurance company etc. I learn a lot about mail and customer service. The management team was great and so was my co-workers. The hardest part was that the company had to downsize on drivers and I enjoys driving daily.
Area Sales Manager (Former Employee), Dallas, Tx – February 6, 2014
Pros: being in the field, sales support and resources
Cons: company going through transformation
Enjoyed the people I worked with. Great training provided to improve in sales and prepare for advancement into management. Most enjoyable part was a successful sale and seeing team having success. Hardest part was going through the transformation and seeing good let go or leave the company.
Envelope Specialist (Former Employee), Harlow, ENG – February 4, 2014
Pitney Bowes Office Direct is a rapidly expanding office suppliers division offering a full single source office supplies purchasing solution to all Pitney Bowes clients with access to over 22,000 products on a next day basis together with a comprehensive range of business services.
Customer Service (Former Employee), New York, NY – January 31, 2014
Pros: sorry, there are no pros
Cons: poor benifits and no raises
My typical day at work, you sort the incoming mail and packages in the morning by name, department and floor. Later in the day Fed-Ex and UPS drop off boxes and other packages, and we sort and deliver them to the clients like the mail. We also maintain and re-stock the pantries on the floors each Messenger is assigned to, Management are some what helpful – more... and my was a joy to work with. Sence I've worked there, learned how to data entry and improved on my organization skills. The hardest part of the job, is dealing with some rude costumers. – less
Consultant/ Customer Service Project Manager (Former Employee), Clifton, NJ – January 29, 2014
My time at PB was brief as my project was to integrate two customer service teams as a result of an acquisition. I learned a great deal from a close counterpart who took me under their wing to show me the business. The most difficult part of the job was not getting the support I needed from my direct manager; there was quite a bit of turnover and moving – more... of positions. I was grateful for the experience. – less
Responsible for maintaining and repairing mailing machines.
On-Site Customer Service Rep (Former Employee), Coppell, TX – January 29, 2014
Pros: co-workers are great.
Cons: poor work/life balance.
A typical work day would be fixing machines or waiting to fix them. But the worst part is you may work 1st shift one week and 2nd or 3rd the next, the rule was 24 hours between :) The company is on the decline, so more work with less man power and less pay.