Yell
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Yell Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Claire Miles
  • Founded
    1966
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
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Jobs

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Telesales Consultant

Home Based

£22,000 - £25,000 a year

2 days ago

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Customer Care Consultant

Home Based

£21,000 a year

3 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Darlington

£35,000 a year

5 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Cumbria

£35,000 a year

5 days ago

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Business Development Manager

North Wales

£35,000 a year

17 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Manchester

£35,000 a year

17 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Newport

£35,000 a year

15 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Shrewsbury

£35,000 a year

24 days ago

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Business Development Manager

Blackburn

£35,000 a year

24 days ago

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Forecasting & Planning Analyst

Home Based

£28,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Transformation Manager - Customer Service

Home Based

£55,000 - £60,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Business Development Director

Home Based

£45,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Business Development Manager

Preston

£35,000 - £50,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Business Development Manager

London

£35,000 - £50,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Telesales Consultant - Direct Sales

Home Based

£22,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Management

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 215 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Sales Consultant
£77,313 per year
Telemarketer
£26,717 per year
Business Development Manager
£38,621 per year

Sales

Telemarketer
£26,717 per year
Sales Consultant
£77,313 per year
Field Executive
£54,200 per year

Management

Business Development Manager
£38,621 per year
Managing Director
£50,900 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 125 reviews and is evolving.

3.5020173.9320183.2320194.122020

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Work-life balance

Reviews

Sales Consultant in Home Based
on 14 September 2020
High pressured and no respect for work/life balance
This is a really stressful, demanding company. The usual time in a sales role is 2 years as so many people simply burn out after that.The hours are long, but the pay, company car, private health care benefits go a little way towards compensating for the role.Think really carefully about if you are happy to walk away from your normal life and step into a world where you are expected to have your blood run YELLow !!Be prepared to travel and expect 12 hour days to be the norm.The people you work with in the main are lovely as they close ranks and protect each other from higher management.. if you are lucky you will get a good manager who will shield you from the flack.This is a fast moving company so be prepared to be adaptableI have to say, overall I really enjoyed my year's with Yell, but it was tough.
Sales Advisor - Full Time in Belfast
on 3 November 2020
Horrible business
Pressure sales, bully’s for managers and a genuinely dishonest company, only person I could say a good word about is the trainers. If you are thinking of applying for yell don’t, also search for yellactiongroup on google
Digital Specialist in Birmingham
on 6 October 2020
Avoid
The work culture here is rubbish. There is alot of favouritism if you are liked and your face fits you will be given all the benefits and awards. Others who work hard are constantly bi-passed.There is alot of gossip in this company, eveyone wants to know your business. Management behave unprofessional especially at events where I have seen all manner of things including a manager exposing herself. The work itself can be fine depending on your department. However things are constantly changing with department disappearing. There is alot of stress with people off with mental health issues .Overall avoid, the company is loosing alot of its customer respect. If they don't change they won't have long left.
Digital Specialist in Scarborough, North Yorkshire
on 25 June 2020
Really Great Place to Work
The interviews - both telephone and face to face, were really relaxed and were both open to being asked questions about the company and work place. You get full training which is really through. Once you're 'live' you continue to get all the support you need, every single step of the way. Although its really busy, everyone, both on your team or not, are so friendly and helpful. Really is a fantastic place to work and one of the best places I've worked.
Business Development Manager in East Anglia
on 15 June 2020
A tough job but the rewards are there
A job of variety with ongoing training and engagement. Historic customer service issues and competition make it a challenging role. Constantly changing market and internal structure can make it hard to keep on top of all business requirements.
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Interview insights

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Process takes about a day or two
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