ACCOUNTING OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 20, 2018
As long as put your headphones, sat at your desk, did your work to meet your numbers, you were ok. Working in the various departments I learned all the different accounting procedures. All of management were very knowledgeable and helpful, if you had any questions about what you were working on they would help you out. l did like the hours I worked.
Business Advisor (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 16, 2018
The company was bought out by Dex Media. A lot of changes are being made. This leaves a lot of unknowns for an employee. The best part of the job is being in front of clients and building relationships with them.
work from home, face to face with customers, help businesses grow
All you are to the company is a replaceable work bee.
Major Account Representative (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 10, 2018
Very fast paced, somewhat oppressive atmosphere. You go in each day not knowing if your position is going to be eliminated or moved to another state since the merger with Dex. Products need major overhauls to really and truly service and help the SMB's they claim to care so much about them being successful. Motivation by intimidation doesn't work in todays workforce. The best part are the people who work there and have somehow learned to ignore the chaos.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – New Jersey – March 27, 2018
Going through major changes and would rather find a way to remove people than paying any type of severance. Management is scared of jobs so there is very little discussion other than very loud communication to just do better.
Exciting & Team Oriented; Alway looked forward to my days.
Senior Marketing Consultant (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – March 24, 2018
I loved my job at Dex Media and am grateful for the experience and knowledge. The company expects top results from their consultants, hard work and commit. Dex Media also compensates their consultants for their results and hard work. i enjoyed every day I was there.
Digital Sales Executive (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 23, 2018
DexYP has great leadership, starting with ground level managers but fail to deliver a sustainable product. As a digital sales executive, I find it increasingly difficult to sell digital marketing and software products because of the inability to fulfill these marketing campaigns properly. Overall, it's a great work environment but something needs to be done on the technical side.
Digital Account Executive (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 16, 2018
Very difficult company to sell for.. every business owner that is an influencer has done business with them or the predecessors and have been burned.. for some it works and they stick around.. Great money if you can sell their product.
Virtual office, Great Manager, let Sales professionals grow and thryv
SALES (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 7, 2018
Dex Media was a great Company before the Merger with YP. All the previous rules went out the window, and now it was who could hang on and keep their Job with the Merger. Most of the Union Employees kept their jobs and now the company is extremely top heavy with Managers, trying to keep their big Salaries..
I really enjoyed my team, Manager, and Selling their suite of products and would have stayed for a very long time if it weren't for the Merger.
Sometimes making great companies into mega giants looses its star quality.
virtual Sales, great Contests, fun environment, great technology, relationships.
THE most stressful job I've ever had. Had 4 managers in less than a year. HATED working here. Management does NOT care if you succeed or not. AND you have absolutely no help after initial training. Other reps can steal your accounts, and no one does anything about it. Worst company ever
I was there for 8 years. Same boss for 6 years who was very fair. Good benefits. Constant change Multiple mergers, 6 CEOs in 8 years & last CEO sent email the day of my layoff stating 25% of staff would be laid off on Christmas eve & sure enough I was one of them. They did give me a decent severance package.
Director, Engineering (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – February 26, 2018
Not a good destination for engineers. They have no interest in developing new products, enhancing existing systems, or exploring new technologies. The job itself is very easy, but your skills will quickly grow stale as they will only ask you to do the quickest work possible with the lowest risk to get a feature working or system integrated so they can GTM.
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – February 24, 2018
My immediate supervisor was a great person, unfortunately, upper management was not. Every year would bring less chance for advancement, less or no pay increase, and the looming threat of loosing your job. Upper management had no grip on the reality of the everyday functioning of the departments. They ran the company into the ground and by the end treated their employee as dirt.