Company Earns 4 Prestigious Awards for Workplace Culture
Pitney Bowes , a global technology company that provides innovative products and solutions to power commerce, has been recognized among the Top 5 IT Employers by the Great Place to Work Institute in India’s 2015 50 Best Companies to Work For survey. This marks the fifth consecutive year Pitney Bowes has been named by the survey, acknowledging the company’s core values which are deeply rooted in its brand and culture.
Pitney Bowes has also been recognized among India’s Best Companies for Unique Initiative for its diversity initiative Project Dhaarna. The program focuses on inclusivity of women at the workplace and, importantly, also involves male employees in gender conversations for a holistic approach.
A third award has been bestowed on Pitney Bowes in the category of India’s Best Companies Supporting Women to Remain at Work for the company’s benefits and initiatives for women which address healthcare, education and empowerment.
Fourth and finally, Asia’s Best Employer has awarded Manish Choudhary, Vice President of Global Engineering and Managing Director of Pitney Bowes Software India, with the prestigious Excellence in Leadership Award. He was cited for the high levels of employee trust and engagement within the Pitney Bowes India organization.
Johnna Torsone, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Pitney Bowes said, “The organization in India symbolizes the spirit of the Pitney Bowes culture and consistently serves as an inspiration to our global collaborative workforce. These accolades highlight our dedication to developing our diverse employee base.”
Manish Choudhary said, “India is a competitive marketplace for attracting talent. At Pitney Bowes, we are committed to maintaining an environment where the most talented people want to come to work, grow their careers and make a difference every day on behalf of our clients. We are honored to have our culture and values recognized with these prestigious awards.”
Cultural programs at Pitney Bowes India include:
Healthcare Basket – Fortnightly sessions by experts from reputed hospitals are held in the workplace to share advice and counsel on healthy living.
- Education Assistance Program – Financial support for higher education and certifications give employees the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills applicable to professional roles.
- Women Empowerment – To nurture and empower women at Pitney Bowes in India, the company launched “We-Glow” – Growth through Learning Outreach and Work. The program is dedicated to the development of future women leaders.