Global Fulfillment Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 13, 2017
If you want to work in the TV industry, A&E is a great place to be at, but there can be high levels of stress, and management is more concerned about pushing the envelope in terms of work. But A&E has some of the best benefits in the industry- They will negotiate your salary, bonus, overtime pay, 20 days vacation, adequate sick days, and amazing, affordable medical benefits.
Productive environment to work and great staff and management
Production Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 8, 2017
AE Network is a great place to work. Fast paced with innovators and highly educated individuals that are willing to teach new things. The hardest part is that management and executives are very cut throat.
Mail Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 19, 2017
everyone is looking out for themselves and try to throw you under the bus in order to get on the managers good side and the manager is shady and pits co workers against each other by telling lies and spreading rumors
Sales Service Representative (A&E) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 19, 2017
Not a big fan of the company because of the industry decline, but it was good experience and exposure to a large media outlet. Working in ad sales presented a host of challenges and opportunities, but ultimately it wasn't the right place for me.
Sr. Director of Marketing (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 2, 2017
Work/life balance inexistent. Employees work in silos. Very little cross functional communication even within same department. Too much hiring from outside the company at the expense of grooming and cultivating employees from within.
IT Mobile Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 27, 2017
My experience at AE Networks was great, unfortunately we had a high turn around with IT management but overall experience was great, the staff and employees from other departments were great. I built great relationships with them.
Producer (Current Employee) – Stamford, CT – November 17, 2016
people are wonderful here but upper management has a hard time communicating down to the people who their decisions affect the most. They try to provide a supportive work environment...so A for effort?
During the new work calendar year, work in very busy with updated all spreadsheets and making sure the new budgets for the year are calculated correctly. On a daily base I can have either a full 8 hour work day or some days when work is slow I can have a full 5 hour work day. Employees are very helpful when working on projects and vise versa. I enjoy working with others especially when the team is fully committed to getting the job done. A&E is all about having fun and enjoying yourself no matter how hard things can be. Love that everyone is so joyful so when you might have a not so good day there is more than enough people to help make that better.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 16, 2016
Great for entry-level prospects looking to get experience, however upward mobility will be frustrating...it's difficult to understand what qualifies for promotion...NY is definitely the central focus of this company
Great brands, knowledgeable executives
Top heavy organization with little opportunity for advancement
Scheduling Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 2, 2016
A&E Networks is a forward thinking company whose focus is on owning content and having a global reach. There are many facets to the company. Working in program scheduling has provided me with a creative background and an eye for detail. As much as I enjoy the challenging work and the job itself, the commute to New York is expensive and time consuming. I would prefer to find employment in my home state of New Jersey.