With over 2500 women participating in Code Inspire 2.0, Pitney Bowes continues to encourage ‘Women in Tech’
Pitney Bowes announced the winners of its second diversity hackathon ‘Pitney Bowes Code Inspire 2.0’, targeted at women in colleges, working professionals and those who have taken a career break.
Pitney Bowes Code Inspire 2.0 was a week-long programming marathon in which over 2500+participants had registered for the online qualifying round, of which 12 were shortlisted and invited for the final round to the Pitney Bowes Pune office.
This is the second successful edition of the Pitney Bowes Diversity hackathon.
The initiatives take by Pitney Bowes
- Mayeri, the Pitney Bowes Maternity program that extends 6 months of maternity leave to new mothers, along with other key benefits such as free sessions with nutritionists, tie-ups with crèches, a designated buddy to help make a smooth transition back from maternity
- A ‘Special hiring day’ on International Women’s Day dedicated in the calendar to facilitate referrals for women
- Customized Training Intervention Programs for women employees by taking a blended approach to learning ranging from industry relevant case studies to simulations