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8 days ago

Safety and Industrial Hygiene Professional

PPL Montana Colstrip, MT

• Prepares moderately complex safety programs, safety initiatives, expert interpretation of safety regulations and hazard analysis, and VPP… TheJobNetwork

18 days ago

Journeyman in Training (Electrical)

PPL Montana Colstrip, MT

A Journeyman in Training (Electrical) must be able to complete any task assigned with the assistance of a qualified Journeyman. This will consist of… TheJobNetwork

8 days ago

Team Lead ISD

PPL Montana Colstrip, MT

The Team Lead - Information Services Department (ISD), plans, guides and supports the day-to-day activities of people, processes and technology… TheJobNetwork

18 days ago

Journeyman in Training, JIT (Operations)

PPL Montana Colstrip, MT

The Journeyman in Training, JIT (Operations), must be able to operate individual systems in the plant to support unit operation during normal… TheJobNetwork

8 days ago

Mechanical Engineer

PPL Montana Colstrip, MT

• Assists in the work on smaller engineering projects or well-defined areas of larger projects. Uses existing procedures to investigate, evaluate and… TheJobNetwork

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PPL Chairman, President and CEO William H. Spence
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    Really good company working toward becoming an excellent company

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Market & Regulatory Policy Manager  in  Allentown, PA (US)
    Current Employee - Market & Regulatory Policy Manager in Allentown, PA (US)

    I have been working at PPL full-time for more than 10 years


    Many career fields within the company, competitive salaries, bonuses, and pretty darn good benefits.


    Communications lacking in many instances, ties to the old command and control environment still linger, hiring process not completely transparent yet.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More timely communications with employees regarding all aspects of the company would be beneficial. Move a little faster toward embracing the ideas and culture that will be needed to hire and retain the younger generation enetering the workforce now- the baby boomers, while important and have the knowledge base at this time, are on their way out. Hire new people earlier to ensure smoother transitions and greater knowledge transfer.

    Neutral Outlook
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