Navasota native Jason Orlando was honored as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game during Monday Night Football’s Texans-Saints game on Sept. 9.
If there were a NASCAR event based on running the cleanest vehicles, Entergy would be on the leader board, helping the Greater New Orleans community capture a green checkered flag.
"I enjoy working at Palisades, as we have team members who always look for opportunities to improve and strive for more."
Even with work and home obligations, Entergy Louisiana employees find time to help others. Whether preparing taxes for low-income customers, helping families after disaster strikes or working with students with different learning levels, volunteering is just one way employees share their time and talents.
Like the rest of the country, Mississippi is enjoying record low unemployment. But that can be a double-edged sword. With fewer people searching for jobs, companies looking to hire often find a gap between the quality of worker they need and the quality of those who apply.
"Entergy has a network supporting women. The diverse ideas and opinions expressed by women are valued by leadership, as women often approach issues from a different angle."
Entergy’s dedicated and generous customers, employees and shareholders contributed $1.1 million in Louisiana to support The Power to Care, Entergy’s primary low-income assistance program which provides emergency utility bill payment assistance to elderly and disabled customers in their time of need.
For 12 years running, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy Corporation as one of the nation’s top utilities in economic development.
"One of the best things about working in nuclear power is that the opportunities are limitless. If your background is in engineering, but you'd like to work in maintenance, there's a success path to get you there."