Office Admin (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – April 26, 2017
I guess I got hired when the place was going through lay offs. I worked here for 8 months and during that 8 it was good. I wish I weren't laid off but they set the standard for how companies should be regarding workplace culture, and management. I don't think I'll ever experience anything like working at YPG ever again and thats really unfortunate. They moved all their services for my branch back to Canada.
The job and the people were actually pretty great. However, there was zero opportunity for advancement and compensation was extremely low.
Writer and Editor (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 27, 2017
Yellow Pages was a perfectly fine place to work. The job itself was low-stress and you could "leave your work at work" without worrying about it once you clocked-out. While it was not easy work, it wasn't something you had to take home with you and the flexible hours were nice. However, compensation was extremely low due to a constant state of "transformation" that appears destined to never come to fruition. During the process of going from a paper company to a digital-based company, Yellow Pages is struggling to generate anything close to a profit and the first thing to take a hit was wages and bonuses, followed by job cuts.
Flexible hours, relaxed atmosphere
low wages, no motivation to excel because of a lack of reward of advancement
Executive Telephone Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 28, 2017
I am currently working for YP & this is the best job God has blessed me with. No nights & weekends. Very Family oriented . Contest are always going on. Couldn't have asked to work for a better company.
Business Acqusition (Former Employee) – Maryland Heights, MO – January 18, 2017
We had a lot of fun here, very self motivating and goal oriented! I learned a whole lot. I really don't have much to say as far as the con's, except the commute was to far. Other than the travel, I loved this job!
Digital Account Executive (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 3, 2017
-Work Hours Are Usually Monday thru Friday 7am -6pm -Only 3 to 5 Months To Ramp Up To Achieve Sales Goal -Training Was More Of A Lecture -Management Does Not Assist Much In Helping Close Sales -Hardest Part of Job Is Hitting High Sales Quota -Great Salary -Great Commission (If You Can Hit The Number But Most Don't)