Pitney Bowes Inc. Layoffs

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Go to thread Anonymous20767, Tuesday 07/15/14 03:25:57 UTC

Pitney Bowes is now opening dealerships like their competitors have used for years? Reduced expenses to PB but increased service for customers.

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Go to thread Anonymous9492, Friday 05/09/14 23:10:59 UTC

Business is Shrinking Rapidly

Problems left, right and center. Pitney Bowes has issues from both revenue perspective and from the cost perspective, I would not be surprised if we were to go bankrupt in next five years
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Go to thread Anonymous7614 (TAM), Tuesday 04/08/14 01:19:30 UTC

jobs lost April 8 2014 just cut the TAM position in the southeast with out any warning

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Go to thread Anonymous3971, Tuesday 02/04/14 01:33:07 UTC

2014 layoffs at Pitney Bowes

I am not sure how much time we have but it seems that our strategic direction is to fall of the cliff together with all that we own. Pitney Bowes used to be innovative, cutting edge and very profitable - look what's happening today, things are worse every month
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Go to thread Anonymous1637, Monday 12/16/13 17:51:27 UTC

2014 Cuts

I hear many rumors, any news about PBI layoffs?
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Go to thread Anonymous, Thursday 09/19/13 00:43:33 UTC
To put it simply, Pitney Bowes is a mess. It’s difficult to find a company where revenue has consistently declined and the stock price has significantly depreciated since 2009. Pitney Bowes has remained profitable, but that has been mostly due to layoffs. The problem is that Pitney Bowes is mostly laying off its knowledgeable workers opposed to managers. As you might have figured, the company culture is poor.
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