When Terry Dickerson took a job as a janitor in Entergy Arkansas’ Gurdon office in 1981, he didn’t see himself running the place 35 years down the road. But, after several twists and turns, that’s exactly how it turned out.
Terry Clark never planned on being a superhero. But his instincts led him to that role while he was on the job late one afternoon last fall.
On July 10, Entergy, along with the Edison Electric Institute and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, will salute the nation’s more than 74,000 electrical lineworkers by observing National Lineworker Appreciation Day.
Customers express appreciation on Facebook for Entergy’s service restoration efforts.
Entergy Louisiana volunteer’s support has helped boost Girl Scout membership in her region.
Entergy’s recognition was based on the results of an employee feedback survey.
"I was once told to always strive to do my very best and to lead by example. I recognize that my actions and words can influence behaviors, so I coach because I care."
"My power principle at work is to always be prepared. Whatever department you may work in, preparation is the key to ensuring we perform all of our work safely and error-free."
Entergy received the Best in Show Award for its social media response efforts during Hurricane Harvey.