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PG&E Corporation is an energy-based holding company headquartered in San Francisco. It is the parent company of Pacific Gas and Electric Company. PG&E Corporation subsidiaries provide customers with public utility services, and services relating to the generation of energy, transmission of electricity and natural gas, generation of electricity, and the distribution of energy. Additional information about these services and about energy in general can be found here .
A Culture of Service, Collegiality, and Valuing the Individual
PG&E Corporation is a company in the midst of formidable change. In this dynamic environment, we understand that our success depends on our employees. We remain committed to providing every employee with a work environment characterized by collaboration, mutual respect and the highest level of professional ethics.
EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity)
At PG&E Corporation, our success depends on each of us working together in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Discrimination and harassment have no place at our company. Our corporate policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of
- national origin
- medical condition
- veteran status
- marital status
- sexual orientation
- gender identity
- or on the basis of any other non-job related factor
Employees and applicants deserve to be hired, promoted and treated without regard to any of the factors above, and PG&E Corporation is proud to provide such an environment. At PG&E Corporation, equal employment opportunity is for all.
At PG&E Corporation, we know that our employees are the foundation of our success and one of our most valued assets. We highly value the different backgrounds and viewpoints that everyone can bring to our company.
PG&E Corporation actively supports and promotes affirmative action and equal employment opportunity as effective tools to develop a diverse workforce at all levels.
At PG&E Corporation, our more than 20,000 employees are guided by the following Company pledge:
I always put safety first.
I look for and act to resolve unsafe situations.
I help and encourage others to act safely.
PG&E Corporation’s safety programs are designed to realize a zero injury workplace. We are committed to continuously improving our performance by reviewing our practices, policies and procedures to identify opportunities for reducing accidents and enhancing compliance.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company makes numerous safety programs and
services available to its 15 million customers. For more, please visit the Safety Information section of the utility’s website.
Audit Committees (PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company)
Review financial and accounting practices, internal controls, external and internal auditing programs, business ethics, and compliance with laws, regulations, and policies that may have a material impact on the Consolidated Financial Statements. Satisfy themselves as to the independence and competence of the independent public accountants, select and appoint the firm of independent public accountants to audit PG&E Corporation’s and Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s accounts, and pre-approve all audit and non-audit services provided by the independent public accountants.
Forrest E. Miller, Chair
Compensation Committee (PG&E Corporation)
Reviews employment, compensation, and benefits policies and practices, Board of Directors compensation, and long-range planning for officer development and succession.
Barry Lawson Williams, Chair
Executive Committees (PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company)
Subject to certain limits, may exercise the powers and perform the duties of the Boards of Directors.
Anthony F. Earley Jr., Chair
Finance Committee (PG&E Corporation)
Reviews financial and capital investment policies and objectives and specific actions required to achieve those objectives, long-term financial and investment plans and strategies, annual financial plans, dividend policy, short-term and long-term financing plans, proposed capital expenditures, proposed divestitures, major commercial and investment banking, financial consulting, and other financial relations, and risk management activities. Annually reviews a five-year financial plan that incorporates PG&E Corporation’s business strategy goals, as well as an annual budget that reflects elements of the approved five-year plan.
Barbara L. Rambo, Chair
Nominating and Governance Committee (PG&E Corporation)
Recommends candidates for nomination as directors and reviews the composition and performance of the Boards of Directors. Reviews corporate governance matters, including the Corporate Governance Guidelines of PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
Maryellen C. Herringer, Chair
Nuclear, Operations, and Safety Committee (PG&E Corporation)
Reviews significant public and employee safety, operational performance, and compliance issues relating to utility operations and facilities (nuclear, generation, and gas and electric transmission and distribution), and risk management policies and practices related to such operations and facilities.
Richard A. Meserve, Chair
Public Policy Committee (PG&E Corporation)
Reviews public policy issues that could significantly affect the interests of customers, shareholders, or employees, policies and practices with respect to those issues, and significant societal, governmental, and environmental trends and issues that may affect the operations of PG&E Corporation, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, or their respective subsidiaries.
Lewis Chew, Chair