Staying true to yourself and persevering through setbacks
Angie Gosman still remembers her first day at Louisville Gas and Electric Company. She arrived at Trimble County Power Plant in 1986 as “data entry operator 1” having just graduated from high school at age 18. No one told her what to wear, so she showed up in her business best – complete with ‘hose and heels. On day two, she traded those in for blue jeans and boots and got to work.
10 questions with Army veteran and PPL executive Mark Brooks
PPL’s Chief Information Security Officer discusses being an Army veteran and his decorated father’s legacy.
Promoting careers in energy
PPL Electric Utilities employees promote exciting careers in the energy industry as part of Careers in Energy Week.
5 ways to advance your career in a virtual environment
Three PPL leaders give great advice on thriving in a virtual work environment during the pandemic.
10 tips to nail a virtual job interview
How do you properly connect with hiring managers during virtual interviews? For Careers in Energy week, we caught up with PPL Corporate Talent Manager Brian Case to offer tips to job seekers on how to ace a virtual interview.
Keeping families strong
Mike Altimare, senior analyst-financial planning for PPL Services, had just learned he was going to be a first-time dad when PPL announced it was implementing a paid parental leave program for employees.
PPL stresses importance of mental health during National Safety Month
Company offers information to help identify signs of struggle and how to get help.
Guest blog: From mentee to mentor, PPL’s Courtney Anderson uses new insight to help others succeed
Those who molded and mentored me and allowed me to shadow them up to this point. I’d like to become that person in someone else’s life, helping them to find their way by offering guidance and support.
Engineers’ curiosity, creativity fuels the design of tomorrow’s energy grid
It’s National Engineers Week, a time to recognize the engineers who continue to help PPL meet the demands of the evolving energy landscape.
PPL proud to provide career opportunities for military veterans
Navy Veteran and PPL IT worker Rob Lessard will celebrate Veterans Day this year like he always does – by exchanging stories with fellow veterans about military experiences and by reflecting on the lives of those who didn’t make it back home.