HAMILTON SPECTATOR Careers and Employment
- IndustryMedia & Communication
The Hamilton Spectator, founded in 1846, is a newspaper published weekdays and Saturdays in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. On May 26, 2020, its parent company, Torstar, agreed to be acquired by NordStar Capital, a private investment firm. The deal was expected to close by year end.
I would be sent the flyers i had to sort them up which would take a couple hours then drive to the neighborhood and deliver to each house i was set to deliver to
It was very cool to work in the Spectator building for just over a year. But elements of the workplace culture can be pretty brutal. Some 'lifers' including a sports editor who is an out-and-out bully bring the place down.
The job was great stimulating challenging I loved it but I was also hated by most that worked there because I was an aggressive achiever with a very great work ethic
super stressful, too much work but little pay and the weather would be terrible and yet you'd still have to deliver. The man was very rude when id ask
Work starts with us all arriving and waiting for the paper press to start, assembling the sleeves to be put in the paper and rotating between hoppers Management would supervise the process and correct any mistakes made in a fast and proper manner.
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They didn't ask me any questions. They just gave me a list of the Route(s) that I was doing.
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