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Employees

Progress through engagement

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Our people are our greatest asset. That’s why we are so focused on sustaining and building the skilled workforce PG&E needs to thrive today and in the future—a workforce that embraces a safety-first culture in all aspects of our operations.

And it’s why, starting with each employee’s first day on the job, we are cultivating a diverse workplace that prioritizes their safety, health and well-being; engages them in continued growth and learning; and emphasizes connections with our communities.

Highlights

Key Sustainability Indicators

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71%

Percentage of favorable responses from employees who responded to a survey, exceeding our target for employee engagement
  • Exceeded our target for employee engagement, as measured by a favorable response from 71 percent of employees who responded to an employee survey.
  • Redesigned our medical plan to integrate more incentives for employees to take advantage of wellness opportunities and focus on quality preventive care.
  • Enhanced our technical training, including classroom and field training on locating and marking the precise location of gas pipelines.
  • Strengthened our focus on career development to help employees grow in their current roles and advance over the long term.
  • Launched leadership programs for supervisors and managers to equip them with new tools to be successful.
  • Engaged more than 3,000 employees, or about 15 percent of our workforce, in Employee Resource Groups that drive an inclusive culture within PG&E and serve our communities.

Our employees completed more than 64,000 training days in technical and professional development training—a 25 percent increase over the prior year.