PG&E Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report 2018

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Employees

Key Sustainability Indicators

79%
Percentage of PowerPathway graduates hired into industry jobs
95,009 hours
Number of employee volunteer hours
Full list of indicators

Our employees bring our plans to life—strengthened by a culture where every employee is empowered to speak up on safety or any other workplace issue. Whether working on our gas and electric infrastructure or interacting with a customer, our employees are committed to delivering safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy, while meeting the changing demands of the energy industry.

Highlights

  • Continued to create a workplace where every employee is empowered to speak up to share new ideas and raise concerns.
  • Updated our Employee Code of Conduct to include best practices and align with PG&E’s new Mission, Vision and Culture framework.
  • Provided health screenings to 88 percent of eligible employees—a top decile participation rate—as part of a comprehensive suite of employee health and wellness offerings.
  • Exceeded our goal for employee volunteerism with employees at every level contributing more than 95,000 hours of community service.
  • Engaged 5,500 employees in our Employee Resource Groups to promote diversity and inclusion, employee development and community service.
  • Delivered nearly 690,000 hours of technical, leadership and employee training.
  • Continued to provide career opportunities for veterans and women through our pioneering PowerPathway™ workforce development program.
  • Earned recognition from Training Magazine for having one of the top 10 training programs in the world.
  • Achieved $7.9 million in pledges from employees and retirees in our annual Campaign for the Community.
  • Hired more than 500 veterans through 2017 as part of our 1,000 Careers Project, a PG&E program to hire 1,000 veterans by 2023.