Accounting Office Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 12, 2016
Productive and fun place to work- constantly having to meet deadlines - excellent co-workers - enjoyed my position - hardest part of my job was getting up everyday to get to work once I got there had fun and kept the office alive while working and making sure each day daily deadlines were get and correctly to our team ability.
I loved the schedule and my coworkers. The management and product was horrible. The work environment minus the managers was terrific. The only con is that no matter how much you sell you will have zero job security.
Computer Room Manager (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – August 1, 2016
The culture of the company was okay. The people were great and most looked forward to working everyday. The projects and daily operations were challenging enough that there was never a dull moment in a day.
Bilingual routing specialist (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – December 2, 2015
This job was not bad but not great. The pay was wonderful but the job itself was boring. I sat in front of dual computer screens for 8 hours a day 5 days a week reviewing print ads in English and/or French. It got boring fast. There also didn't seem like much room for advancement.
Good coworkers, good pay, not too stressful
Short lunch, very rigid schedule, repetitive tasks
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – United States – July 18, 2013
I enjoy working with my team members on a daily basis on project management and error resolution. We collaborate with our internal and external customers to ensure customer satisfaction.
My immediate management team is supportive and accommodating when needed. I would like to see more work/life balance and telecommuting opportunities for all employees in the United States. The company does offer a competitive benefits plan, and bonus opportunities.
My immediate concern is the lack of growth opportunities.
Sterile work environment with little advancement opportunity
Listing Services Representative (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – September 21, 2015
My department was in charge of setting up basic phone book entries with little to no advertisement attached. I sat in a cubicle with a stack of paper and typed the same information over and over. Talking was discouraged on the floor and employees were encouraged to wear headphones to listen to music. While I enjoyed being able to listen to my own music choices, I grew bored of the monotony day after day. The on location management did try to make things more lively. We had holiday parties when able and individual department managers brought in breakfast or dinner items if overtime was mandatory.
advertisng media consultant (Former Employee) – Roswell,Ga – August 22, 2013
They don't tell you about charge backs your managers will embarrass you in front of your co-workers mine did. They want to write up when your numbers are down and demoralize you instead of working with you to help you. You have to join a union and pay dues every month and they don't do anything for you and the medical benefits are awful. $2500 deducitible for you and your spouse. That is like having no insurance and you have to wait six months before you are eligble
Senior Specialist-Business Services (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 15, 2014
The good: The work environment at YPG was great. The setting was very relaxed and casual, with the majority of employees being friendly and helpful.
The bad: My department, along with others, was eliminated due to a restructuring of the company. We were previously assured that we would have positions, and within a month an announcement was made that we would in fact not have positions. We were given false hope that "new projects" or opportunities would become available. They were not.
Web Builder (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 4, 2013
A typical day is grabbing the next available web site that needs to be built, gathering all the information that needs to be present on the site. Designing graphics that work with what the client has provided or finding images that will work with the type of business the client owns and putting all of the pieces together in the template based builder.
I have learned a lot about Photoshop. Much of what I learned at school was focused on print so I was dealing with InDesign and Illustrator. Working with a digital medium has allowed me to explore photoshop in greater detail
Management is wonderful and always there to help when needed and give praise when it is earned.
The hardest part of the job is finding inspiration. Working in a template based builder it is easy to feel like you are constantly building the same site over and over. Breaking away from what you know works and experimenting while still trying to meet the deadlines is probably the hardest part of the job.
The most enjoyable part is learning something new from other builders. Having over thirty builders in the same room offers a lot of opportunity to learn new tricks from other people.
the management, the social aspect of a large production office.
tediousness of building the same thing day in and day out, the pay rate.
Account Executive/Sales (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 21, 2015
A typical day of work consisted on making calls to handle advertising campaigns for small and medium size businesses. I learned a lot about developing interpersonal relationships with clients while providing excellent consultation. On average, we would be required to handle a certain objective for each month. The hardest part of the job is the ability to overcome objections and the most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that I helped a business continue to grow.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – March 17, 2014
The overall "feel" of the job was do less with more in a challenging environment. My co-workers were the best part of the job, always willing to help and teach when needed, and they were all very supportive.
Graphics Quality Assurance Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 13, 2015
Managed workflow process and day-to-day employee engagement and training. The environment was enjoyable, but some departments were not as connected as they could be due to the natural disconnect between locations. I learned a lot about how to apply Six Sigma processes in an office environment.
Senior Advertising Consultant (Current Employee) – St.louis, MO – September 22, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. The most enjoyable part of the job is working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.