OPPD pretends to care for their employees, for the environment, for their customers, but it's entirely talk. Unless you're one of Management's favorites, don't expect to build a career here.
I can not recommend working for OPPD. Yes, the pay and benefits are great, but there's more that goes into making a workplace a best place to work. Example: OPPD is closing Fort Calhoun Station. Rather than just letting them finish their time with dignity, OPPD forces them to have potlucks and charity drives so they can score higher on their Best Places To Work survey, all while refusing to provide the tools necessary to do their jobs, such as updated computers or even regularly-stocked vending machines.
The President of the company takes great pride in his periodic Town Hall meetings, where he reads his PowerPoint presentation, answers questions, but never makes time to seek input from work groups, nor does he encourage other managers to do it.
I believe that, if OPPD continues being managed as it is, it will eventually terminate many employees in the areas of production, which is another reason that I would not recommend it as a place to work for others.
Good pay and benefits
Detached leadership with a tendency to play favorites, uncertain future for the company