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.
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.
How well do you interview for jobs? If you need some fine tuning, here are 10 tips from PPL Corporate Talent Manager Brian Case, who recently taught a class called “Interview Like a Rock Star” during Bloomsburg University’s 7th Career Intensive Boot Camp.
Even though Abby Delserone grew up in a family of utility workers — her cousin, uncle and grandfather all worked in the power industry — an engineering career wasn’t always on her radar. “I was originally applying to colleges as a psychology major,” she said. “I really didn’t have much exposure to STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) careers. I wish I would’ve had a broader sense of career opportunities in high school.”
As part of her role as a senior talent management consultant, Sue Drabic rolls out the welcome mat for Pennsylvania-based PPL employees. Drabic and other members of the Human Resources team host new employee orientation, where they spend time teaching the values and vision of PPL.