Our companies’ fieldworkers have taken extra steps to keep themselves and customers safe – all while continuing to provide reliable energy services. This week, we take a moment to applaud their efforts, and the efforts of all of our employees, and say “thank you.”
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.
The Empowering Pride campaign, started by PPL’s business resource group FUSE, encourages LGBTQ+ employees to promote bravery and openness by sharing their stories while their allies offer messages of support.
June 23 is International Women in Engineering Day! See how PPL Electric Utilities support engineer Emily Haelsig is not only fulfilling her own career dreams, but is shaping a career path for the next generation.
It’s National Engineers Week, a time to recognize the engineers who continue to help PPL meet the demands of the evolving energy landscape.
From outage texting and customized bill reminders to the availability of near-real-time energy usage and live chats, PPL companies have introduced tools that create a personalized experience for customers – giving credence to the old adage, “knowledge is power,” and building trust along the way.
With students thinking about career options as early as elementary school, PPL places a high priority on engaging educators and helping them explore careers in energy.
March is Women’s History Month, which commemorates and encourages the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. At PPL, we’re proud of the integral roles women in our company play in shaping the future of our business.
Nov. 8 is National STEM Day, but at PPL we’re working year-round to support educators who are helping their students advance in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
When Kristine Maciolek Small, director of Diversity and Inclusion and Talent Management, came to work at PPL in 2013 she chose not to identify as a person with a disability. Although she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2002, it wasn’t until she got involved with PPL’s business resource group REACH, which supports individuals with disabilities in our workplace.