What motivates our workforce of 20,000? Simple: Knowing that 15 million Californians count on us to ensure instant access to energy, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This is our core commitment as a reliable energy provider. But we also recognize that truly coming through for our customers is about much more.

It’s about knowing our customers’ needs and helping them find the smartest solutions for lowering their energy use and reducing costs. It’s about being an environmental leader and making clean energy choices that are right today and offer answers to tomorrow’s challenges. It’s about giving back to our communities to keep them healthy and strong, especially in times of need.

Delivering on these promises takes vision, discipline, tenacity, skill, dedication and teamwork from incredibly talented people. And that’s what working at PG&E is all about.

Our Values

At PG&E, we recognize that we are at our best when we’re tapping into the full potential of our diverse employees, communities and suppliers.
Our reputation for a diverse and inclusive workforce speaks for itself. In 2010, PG&E was awarded:


  • "Leading Companies for Employees with Disabilities" (PDF, 2.1 MB) Diversity Journal
  • "Best Places to Work for GLBTs” by Human Rights Campaign
  • “30 Best Companies for Diversity” by Black Enterprise Magazine
  • “Top Employers for Minorities” by FORTUNE Magazine
  • “Corporate 100 Best Places to Work for Latinos” by Hispanic Magazine
  • “Top 40 Companies for Hispanics” by Hispanic Business Magazine
 

Featured Employee

  • "I believe PG&E has the best training center of any utility in the country. That level of excellence is very similar to my career in the military."

    Shaun Rohmiller,
    Leadership Trainer for Apprentice Programs

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PowerPathway™

  • PG&E PowerPathway™ is building California's capacity to produce the skilled workers needed by PG&E and the energy and utility industry.

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  • Federal government agencies incentives
  • California Solar Initiative
  • PreK 12 schools incentives
 
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