More than 200 people will soon be out of work. Just hours ago, Pitney Bowes announced the closing of its Savannah call center. Employees were informed this afternoon. The company is shutting down between March and April as part of efforts to consolidate all of its operation centers.
The workers will be given the opportunity to work at other Pitney Bowes facilities across the country. Those who do not accept other jobs will receive a severance package, medical assistance, and job placement assistance.
Pitney Bowes is a global provider of mail and document management solutions for millions of businesses.
We'll have more on this story as it develops.
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