I have been working at Nebraska Public Power DistrictPros
The company allows for their employees to have a great balance between work and life; allowing for flexible work schedules. The compensation and benefits are also very good.Cons
NPPD currently has an aging workforce; while being a positive in the sense that it will provide opportunities for advancement in the future for current employees, means that currently there might be a lack of fresh ideas.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I would say that overall the management does a great job.RecommendsApproves of CEO
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Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) electrifies the Cornhusker State. The government-owned electric utility provides power in 91 of the state's 93 counties. The firm has a generating capacity of more than 3,000 MW and operates more than 5,100 miles of transmission lines. NPPD distributes electricity to about 89,000 retail customers in 80 cities and towns; it also provides power to about 1 million customers through wholesale power contracts with 52 towns and 25 public power districts. In addition, NPPD purchases electricity from the federally owned Western Area Power...