Great company to work for.
Benefits package is exceptionally good for the highest performers. If you are not right at the top (although not a zero-sum game so there is the possibility for everyone to do well) benefits are not so great.
Discount hub with discounts across a large range of retailers. Company schemes etc
Discounts at various places, decent pension contributions, above average holiday allowance
You can get vouchers for being productive. The more sites you product, you might get a voucher. Only applies to half the office. They get these perks, the more they produce, the more more the rest of the office get complaint calls with no chance of reward. Looks good on paper though.
The Yell benefits package is very much as you'd expect, including average annual leave, options to opt into healthcare, and so on....
Nice gym on site but not run by Yell. Get the odd ten pound voucher couple of times a year. Flexible working only benefits the employer, you can't choose when to take time off.
Yell rewards, like love to shop vouchers. The commission. Always incentives running for alcohol, getaways, leave work early, days off The bonus is amazing, the base pay is also very good . . . . . . .
its all great work hard earn lots
Yell are always happy to pay sales commission and i every role i have worked in has payed over the stated OTE - some really great earning opportunities at this company.
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