For the third year in a row, Pitney Bowes has been named to Forbes America's Best Employers for Diversity 2022.
“We are extremely proud to be recognized again by Forbes Magazine as one of the 'Best Employers for Diversity,' said Marc B. Lautenbach, Pitney Bowes President and CEO. “As proud as we are of the achievements of today, they build on the Company’s long-standing legacy from as far back as the 1940s when we were already addressing equal opportunity and treating people the right way.” “Named among the best 100 Employers for Diversity in the US is a great honor,” said Chief Human Resources Officer Andrew Gold. “Through generations of leadership and continuing changes in our business, we’ve sought to deliver our best to our stakeholders by creating a diverse and inclusive culture in which all employees have the opportunity to be respected, have their voices heard, grow their skills and engage in meaningful work.”
In collaboration with analytics firm Statista, Forbes identified The Best Employers for Diversity through an independent survey of over 60,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing more than 1,000 people in the United States. Pitney Bowes ranked number 2 in the Transportation category and 100 on the list overall.
To learn about employment opportunities with our inclusive organization, visit careers.pitneybowes.com.
Below is an article originally published on March 25, 2022 on the Nike blog. Go to Nike's company page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
Our Nike Japan team went ALL OUT for Air Max Day — Nike’s annual celebration of the debut of our iconic visible Air technology — by partnering with creative studio CEKAI to create this incredible 3D billboard outside Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, with the Air Max 1 splashing and popping across the giant screen in a slew of colorways. The team cranked out the project in about two months — whip-fast for 3D designs like these. But hey, that’s what happens when Nike creatives get together and jam on an ode to sneaker culture.
“Nike Air is a celebration of creativity, imagination and innovation,” says Yoshio Kato, a Nike Japan Designer who worked on the project. “We wanted to convey those elements through a technology aligned to that groundbreaking spirit, and the great partnership with Kota Iguchi from CEKAI allowed us to bring that to life. The unique challenge was to create visuals that would spark excitement with sneaker lovers and passersby alike, and we’re thrilled at the amazed reactions we’ve seen so far from consumers online and gazing at the billboard.” That includes millions at Shinjuku Station and nearly 60 million views worldwide and counting. Congrats, team!
#AirMaxDay #AirMax #JustDoIt
The Nike Athlete Think Tank brings together a roster of elite women’s athletes and global catalysts, across different geographies, sport experiences and life stages. The goal: To better serve them. By listening to these changemakers, Nike will translate their world-class expertise into valuable insights that improve the experience of girls and women in sport.
“We opened up the conversation to hear their insights and help inform where we can be better,” says Tanya Hvizdak, VP, Women’s Global Sports Marketing. “We specifically asked how they believe sport can move the world forward, how we can help break barriers to sport and how we can better leverage their input and ideas.”
To learn more, check out the video and read the full story here.
Learn More about Audible's "Next Chapter" Returnship Program and How to Prepare for the Interview Process
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