CTV Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryToy & Hobby Stores
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN in Calgary, AB
on 29 August 2019
Fun place to workIt is just fun to work there. If you are working in the broadcast engineering industry, this is the place that you can learn, perform, and get familiar with the whole system.
Street Team Member in Vancouver, BC
on 24 July 2020
Negative & DisdainfulClassic definition of a toxic workplace. Management is accustomed to harrassing junior employees based mainly on their socioeconomic status. No one cares for the company. It's all about fake smiles, fake people and a pay cheque to take home.
Electronics Engineering Technologist - Telecom in Kitchener, ON
on 14 November 2019
The Broadcasting environment has changed dramaticallyAs there is realistically no longer a local Community Television presence. Everything has transitioned to operations in Toronto. It would be impossible to judge the change in the work environment in 15 years since I left the broadcasting industry to start our own businesses.
Street Team Member in Calgary, AB
on 8 April 2017
fun, able to meet many peopleduring my time, I was involved with 7 different events throughout the city to engage with many of the CTV stakeholders. It was a way to not only enjoy some of the great events that happen over the summer months, but to meet and work with some great people.
Human Resources Coordinator in Toronto, ON
on 29 March 2017
Communication companyDifferent work environment to the previous organization they acquired, CHUM Limited. Much more of a corporate structure. Took the company in a different direction.
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