Women given full support
Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing, and data, has been named one of India’s Best Companies to Work For by The Economic Times.
This is the eighth time the company has been recognized with this honor which represents the most comprehensive employee survey of workplace culture conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute.
The survey and the Great Place to Work Institute celebrate companies and organizations that wish to maintain Best Company environments, those that are ready to dramatically improve the culture within their workplaces, and those in between the two.
They know that organizations that build trust and create a rewarding cycle of personal contribution and appreciation create workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business performance.
For nearly 100 years, the remarkable long-term success of Pitney Bowes is the direct result of its culture of innovation, inclusion and community involvement, and the caliber of people its culture attracts and retains.
“At Pitney Bowes, our values are simply that we do the right thing the right way,” said Johnna Torsone, Chief Human Resources Officer of Pitney Bowes. “Based on these values, our culture empowers employees and clients to innovate and succeed in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing and data.”
“As part of our digital transformation, we have been able to organize and align our goals and strategy planning to align with those of our clients,” said Ruchi Bhalla, Vice President Human Resources of Pitney Bowes India. “Elements of our culture are found in the processes and programs at Pitney Bowes including our Design System, High Performance Enablement, and, especially, Diversity and Inclusion.”
Pitney Bowes emphasizes diversity and inclusion, and corporate responsibility as core values. Women represent 42% of the workforce at Pitney Bowes and 37% of the Board of Directors. The company has been recognized as a Best Company for Supporting Women to Remain at Work. fiinews.com