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  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5m to $25m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
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Executive Producer - Show

Winnipeg, MB

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11 days ago

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Video Journalist - Northern Ontario (Home Based)

Thunder Bay, ON

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13 days ago

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Director of Online Content

Winnipeg, MB

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21 days ago

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Dir. of TV Content & Special Events PRGM

Winnipeg, MB

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30+ days ago

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Internship in Winnipeg, MB
on 25 May 2020
Great work space, 10/10 would work there again great staff welcoming community learned a lot from my 55 hours you can tell they love their jobs always working and having fun at the same time
Facilities Maintenance Coordinator in winnipeg
on 5 January 2021
Hr department is like a highschool drama scene
Very judgmental co-workers. The HR department is a joke. They play favourites and many times i heard about co workers having issues with the HR department. Who do you talk to if you have an issue with HR? also, the pay per department varied insanely. The news side of APTN got very fair wage as they are union. The non union employees are very underpaid and almost looked down upon by the union employees. Overall a mess of a company. Would not recommend. My supervisor was actually the only great part , i learnt a lot from this individual.
Customer Service Representative in Winnipeg, MB
on 11 September 2019
Workplace that struggles to act professionally
For a national broadcast, this company is as juvenile as they come. Management doesn’t seem to know what they are doing. Employees are kept on edge, wondering whether they will have a job to come to the next day. HR gets bored and inserts themselves into things to “prove” their worth. Work culture is horrendous because everyone is anxious. Highly unqualified people are put into important roles based not on skill but Indigenous status. For an indigenous broadcaster that preaches equality, racism oozes from every pore of every department.
management in Winnipeg, MB
on 27 March 2019
Genuinely - A Great Place to Work!
I've been working at APTN for over 14 years and I can attest to the support and commitment APTN has for their employees. They truly care. The culture here is that of family - collaboration - inclusivity - camaraderie. Benefits are excellent! APTN pays for all the benefits, except for Long Term Disability which the employee pays. That's because if someone goes on LTD they are paid out tax free. They are always watching out for the best interests of their employees. Our CEO is a true visionary. His inspiration and guidance is like no other. He is grounded and easily approachable. I highly,highly recommend working at APTN. We are unique in so many ways that makes my working here an absolute delight!
Marketing in Winnipeg, MB
on 22 March 2019
Great benefits, great people!
Great place to work. Always proud to say I work for APTN! The health benefits are great and there is a pension plan. Many employees have been with APTN for years (5, 10, 15, 20) and I can see why.
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