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13 days ago

Physical Security Specialist

PG&E Stockton, CA

PG&E's Corporate Security Department, Asset and Executive Protection… ClickCast

15 days ago

Part-Time Service Representative I- Billing Operations

PG&E Stockton, CA

In Customer Care we are focused on delivering the desired customer… ClickCast

11 days ago

Journeyman Electrician, General Construction (IBEW) - Bay

PG&E Antioch, CA

The men and women of Electric Operations ensure the delivery of safe and… ClickCast

14 days ago

Apprentice Communication Tech - GC

PG&E Antioch, CA

Telecom and Network Services (T&NS) Provides planning, engineering… ClickCast

15 days ago

Routine Field Clerk (IBEW)

PG&E Oakdale, CA

The men and women of Electric Operations ensure the delivery of safe and… ClickCast

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Pacific Gas and Electric Chairman, President & CEO Anthony F. Earley Jr.
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    Discriminates against Disabled Combat Vets

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    Current Employee - Pre Apprentice Lineman in Stockton, CA
    Current Employee - Pre Apprentice Lineman in Stockton, CA

    I have been working at Pacific Gas and Electric full-time (Less than a year)


    I interviewed twice (a year apart) and got offered a pre-apprentice lineman job. I am overly qualified for this entry level position. NLC grad, Class A license, NCCCO fix sswing cab. Army combay Vet heavy equipment operator. Grounds an ibew 3 months experience doing cut and kick in the distribution portion for pge on their property. Was currently making the equivalent of 120k+ a year as a crane operator.s. Had some speeding tickets, and explained it was a tough adjustment coming back home from my tour over seas, which was gnarly.


    They told me "You're just not looking as competitive". I saw 18-20 year old kids lacking all but NLC, barely any experience, and brown skin getting the job. Safety first. How about working with a Disabled combat Veteran first? How about giving me an opportunity that I had been working towards for over 3 years. I was working 60 hours a week and on my one day off I was driving 400+ miles to see my kids on Sunday, every Sunday. I don't enjoy being on the road like that it made me feel paranoid and vulnerable do to how routine it was, I was living in a rough part of Oakland and felt like i was being watched and followed. Got speeding tickets.

    Advice to Management

    After Denying a Disabled Combat Veteran an opportunity to work for your company. And work hard! I showed up to work contracting for you with poison oak and sweat hard making all the Lineman look lazy.. Email him back explaining a little better why you cannot hire him? I understand that your company is all about looking good to the public and turning a profit because it is an investor owned Utility. After writing detailed and very humble letters to the head representatives of multiple positions (officers) asking for an opportunity to come and sweep floors for 6 months before taking me into the apprenticeship, please return that persons email.

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