Strategic Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 March 2017
Pitney Bowes is an organization that is finding its way through the decline of its physical mail operations and moving into a digital world. For the most part, they are succeeding and should survive another 100 years.
Like any organization, during periods of transition, new talent is brought in, not necessarily understanding the business, while old-time stalwarts cling to their positions and block progress.
PB will find its way through this period and will emerge successfully in a world that bridges physical and digital commerce.
I'd recommend Pitney Bowes, however be aware that like all large orgranizations things move both quickly (change) and slowly (progress).
Customer Service Representative (TELUS contractor) (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 2 January 2013
I really enjoyed working with my co-workers. The most enjoyable part of the job was the fact that I had the chance to meet a lot of people and I am proud to say that I was offering them an exceptional customer service experience.
BILINGUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 9 December 2012
A multi task job/changing address/taking care of technicien locations address/making sure all incoming mail is distributed to the call centre/answering all incoming clients email /calling clients if we received return mail making sure we have the correct address/back up for reception/all credit card payments to be entered/changing clients data informations files/
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto – 27 September 2012
I really enjoyed my time at Pitney Bowes. It's a great place for a young person to gain exposure to the business world. The internal training programs are excellent. Be prepared to do a lot of cold calling. It a fast paced environment. There is a have focus on meeting your targets but they will help you if you have the desire to succeed.
Outside Sales (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 August 2012
Most of my day was spent cold calling businesses and offices. I learned everything you need to know about postage meters and where the industry is heading. The management at Pitney Bowes was fantastic, they were always open to ideas and had an open door policy. The hardest part of my job was trying to educate people on what a postage machine was and having to convince people to break there contract with the competators.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – mississgua – 6 April 2012
a typical day work was hard you have to standing all day and have your supervior or manager looking over your shoulder. Management was very unfair is who you know not what you know I trained one of my manager buddy the work I use to do and 8 months after I was told I was not need he took my position. my co-wotkers was very hard workers we was like a unit
Outdoor Sales (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 4 April 2012
Alot of cold calling. Working the sales cycle. Management was very good. Coworkers were very easy to work with. Hardest part of the job was being shunned at offices for being a door to door sales person.