GRI Reporting

Strategy and analysis

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Letter from Chairman, President and CEO: Read here.

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Key impacts, risks, and opportunities: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

Organizational profile

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Organization name: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Primary brands, products, and services: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Headquarters location: 

3001 Summer St.
Stamford, CT 06926

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Where the organization operates: locations in more than 100 countries.

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Nature of ownership and legal form: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Markets served: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Scale of the organization: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Total number of employees by type: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Supply chain description: Working with suppliers, Supplier diversity, Conflict Minerals, and A Transparency in Supply Chains Act statement can be found here.

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Organizational changes during the reporting period: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Memberships associations: read about our advocacy.

Identified material aspects and boundaries

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Entities included in financial statements: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Restatements: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Changes from previous reporting periods in terms of scope and boundaries: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

Stakeholder engagement

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Stakeholder groups: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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How stakeholders are identified: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Approach to stakeholder engagement: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Key topics raised through stakeholder engagement: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

Report profile

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Reporting period: 2016

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Date of most recent previous report: 2015

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Reporting cycle: annual

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Contact for any question about the report:

community.investments@pb.com

3001 Summer St. Stamford, CT 06926

Governance

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Governance structure of the organization: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Composition of the board and its committees: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Whether the Chair of the board is also an executive officer: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Nomination and selection processes for the board and its committees: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Board conflicts of interest: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

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Board and  senior executives’ roles in the organization’s mission statements, strategies, policies, and goals related to economic, environmental and social impacts: Read the Pitney Bowes Annual Report.

Ethics and integrity

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Describe the organization’s values, principles, standards and norms of behavior such as codes of conduct and codes of ethics: Read the Pitney Bowes Business Practices Guidelines

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Report the internal and external mechanisms for seeking advice on ethical and lawful behavior, and matters related to organizational integrity, such as helplines or advice lines: Read the Pitney Bowes Business Practices Guidelines

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Report the internal and external mechanisms for reporting concerns about unethical or unlawful behavior, and matters related to organizational integrity, such as escalation through line management, Whistleblowing mechanisms or hotlines: Read the Pitney Bowes Business Practices Guidelines