PPL celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with multi-cultural stories from members of its LEAD business resource group.
Tag: Foster an exceptional workplace
PPL is pleased to be named a 2021 Adoption Advocate by The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. In addition, PPL has been ranked one of the top five adoption-friendly workplaces in the energy and utility sector for its financial reimbursement and paid leave benefits for families that adopt a child.
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.
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.
Kathleen Oswalt, PPL employee and president of FUSE, the employee-led business resource group for LGBTQ employees and their allies, is leading the charge to empower pride in others by sharing her personal journey to love, acceptance and happiness.
Even the most open-minded, well-intentioned people can fall victim to making snap judgments that aren’t aligned with their core values and beliefs. And those quick decisions, although not intended, could prevent others from getting a fair shake. That’s the main message behind the Check Your Blind Spots mobile tour.
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.
For the third consecutive year, PPL has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of America’s Best Employers. Of the 500 large employers making the magazine’s annual list, PPL jumped 36 spots from last year to 136 and ranked ninth out of 22 utilities.
The common thread to PPL Electric’s continued success has been an increasingly constructive workplace culture. In recent years, the company has built a culture that nurtures an atmosphere of employee engagement and accountability, with employees providing and accepting feedback as they focus on achieving exceptional results
Kristin Leayman shared her story during the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce’s LGBT Business Summit on March 6 at Moravian College in Bethlehem. PPL was one of many companies to sponsor the event, which was designed partly to instruct employers how to provide more inclusive workplaces for LGBT employees.