Digital Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 19, 2017
Sabotage at the highest levels. Micromanaging at its best. Manager sabotages appointments and falsifies information to higher management. Forges signatures, and instructs employees to break code of ethics.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Madison Heights, MI – June 6, 2017
Just lies non-stop. So bad..... Ask for everything in paper, ask for an employee handbook, ask them to explain how accounts are divided up. Ask them to be honest with you so you can watch them get all awkward because they are forced to lie.
Digital Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 30, 2017
The job was difficult to succeed in and the companies management style was not organized or positive. Criteria for production was not clear. Benefits and pay was good. Good people worked there and help you throughout the process.
I love this company when it was AT&T but once YP LLC purchased it they did not care about the employee
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Charlotte – May 29, 2017
Excellent company at first but once you know how to do your job well they are trying to get rit of you. The would like to hire new stafff instead of keeping senior reps. Management prefer turn over to keep base salaries low. I enjoyed being a union steward .
SALES REP /DEBT COLLECTOR (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – May 22, 2017
fast paced, 70 plus calls a day, short breals and 30 min lunches. walk in at 8am make call as soon as you boot you computer up and continue making calls until its time to go. sale sale sale is the name of the game. you dont sale you dont make money. no real management support all managers do is sit in their offices walk around to see if people are making calls. no help no support.
NEW MEDIA EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – May 20, 2017
Yp is a daily head hunt to survive. The policies are set for continuous high achievement and the company definitely puts it's profits before it's people. Lots of paperwork and red tape but can be very financially rewarding
Learning new skills with Marketing and Advertising
Digital Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – May 17, 2017
Cold calling and door knocking, presentations and prep. Learned some computer skills, Google Ad word certification, lots of new acronyms. Management seems competent. The workplace culture is work hard, play hard. A decent balance. Hardest part is the new products and services needed to master. Best part is still taking care of the customers needs with the most effective solution.
Consultant Business Development (Current Employee) – Madison Heights, MI – May 14, 2017
Yellow Pages in my opinion is on a downward slope to becoming a dinosaur. I don't think it will even exist 5-8 years from now. They are downsizing offices, employees etc. Once that happens the handwriting is on the wall as far as the long term prognosis for the future. Fun place if your looking for a temporary quick fix and are in between career positions.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – May 8, 2017
YP is trying to reinvent themselves, from being a print publisher to a digital publisher. As a result, the company is going thru a lot of change in leadership, strategy, tactics, and focus. If you enjoy change and ambiguity this is a good fit for you
A highly motivated team culture that helps drive results.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – May 5, 2017
As an account manager, I am responsible for approximately $1.2 million. Our mission is to preserve and grow revenue with our customer base, and to increase new business revenue by adding new customers.
YP is a high energy workplace with a managerial staff that is very helpful in obtaining the desired results for the company.
Content Management/Quality Proof Specialist (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – May 1, 2017
this place is a sinking ship. they are outsourcing all the jobs to india - and making the american workers go train the people who are taking their jobs, no less. their products are obsolete and don't work. the managers have no idea what they're doing, people get promoted only if they're somebody's buddy or pet. they've laid off too many people to get anything done stateside, so the few people left here are overworked and stressed out.
this place is a nightmare. i wouldn't send my worst enemy to this cesspit.
Senior Campaign Manager (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – May 1, 2017
YP is becoming the company that it needs to become. New CEO is quite amazing and management seems to be taking control the right way. A lot of changes have been made and those changes are making a positive impact on YP as a company.
Fun place to work at, a lot of flexibility, great benefits package, and awesome PTO.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – April 30, 2017
The job is good but management makes it not worth taking the job. The first few months everyone enjoys the job and makes good money, but the way they have the pay structure set up you end up owing money. The management has their thumb on you at all times and treats you sub-human.