A average day would start with accountability, greetings and tailboard... given assignments … promoting a strong safety culture... and the awareness of individual involvement doing their part in a team environment...
So much to learn and it's amazing to put it to work. Great company culture and it seems like everyone likes to see you succeed. The company creates a desire for you to learn and to continue on to higher levels of employment.
Smart, professional people. People work a normal 8 to 5 pm work day. Downside is I worked for a supervisor who didn't have much to do and tried to micromanage me to justify his position. Eventually I had to leave.
Given my background is mostly in the Oil and Gas industry, I did further my career in electrical safety. I was also asked to keep the public informed on a daily basis of our progress on keeping our lives safe from wildfires.
It’s very volatile. Work life balance is nonexistent and management is in survival mode causing a lot of “Authoritarian” like Leadership. No bonus payments were made in 2018 and the company in in Chapter 11. It’s not the best place to be employed at.
Great Bay area company that hand picks and scouts theire own talent and belie es in them. It was a great job that I wish I sti was at. But I was too young to understand big money corporations and how they operate. You live and you leE
Not important, I do the job according to the specification and don't have any issues . Every job is different, every location is different. Just the understanding of the specification and applying it to the task.
This has been a good place to work at, Pg&e provides a positive work environment with a dedication to safety and job completion. Management and personnel work together closely to ensure the jobs get done right and efficiently. The benefits provided are second to none.
The week I was there everyone was nice, both as a Site Supervisor and as an Intern. Everything went as planned during the internship and many my interns that I supervised had a great time being there as well.
PG&E is a great place to work. Dedicated to the community, safety, and affordability. Heavy emphasis on the environment and always doing what is right for the customer rate payers. Work is challenging and we are all driven to do better and take on new challenges.
Great place to work. Tremendous investments in their employee development. Afford a lot of movement including job rotations. Masters degrees preferred, preferably from a top college required for advancement.