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We’re a company that combines deep community roots with a strong understanding of what it takes to succeed in a complex global industry. We know where we came from, and we know where we’re going.
At PPL, we’re focused on providing strong performance to shareowners on Wall Street and customers on Elm Street.
Our key corporate values – like safety, integrity and customer focus – guide everything we do.
We offer a variety of challenging, rewarding work opportunities to everyone from entry-level co-ops to mid-career professionals.
We recognize that our communities are diverse, and our goal is to build a workforce that reflects the face and identity of the regions we serve.
We understand that the world does not speak with one voice, and that a workforce made up of multiple perspectives and backgrounds puts us in the best position to respond to the challenges of our business.
We welcome applicants of all races, backgrounds and life experiences, and are committed to maintaining respectful and inclusive workplaces.
Learn more about what the culture is like at each of our facilities by reading about our commitment to the communities we serve, and by clicking the link for each of our regions to learn about the benefits, culture and surrounding area.
Commitment to Community
We see ourselves as stewards of the community and don’t take the role lightly. Here are some of the ways our corporation makes a positive difference in each community we serve.
Since 2005, PPL Corporation has contributed more than $50 million to nonprofit organizations in the communities we serve.
Employees serve on the boards of nearly 200 organizations in the 29-county service area served by PPL Electric Utilities. Many more employees volunteer their time helping the community, whether it’s leading scout troops, coaching little league teams, serving as volunteer firefighters or tutoring students in after-school programs.
Each year, LG&E and KU donate to and support events, activities and organizations throughout Kentucky and in Virginia. Employees serve on community boards throughout the LG&E and KU service territories and volunteer countless hours to community organizations. Since 2005, the company has raised nearly $16 million for nonprofit organizations through its Power of One campaign.
Western Power Distribution has an annual Community Chest campaign that funds energy-saving improvements for community groups in their coverage areas. The company has awarded more than £134,000 (more than $206,000) to groups since the program began in 2012.