Mission: “It is the mission of The Local Pages to provide an outstanding & comprehensive product to each of our individual clients at a very affordable price. It is our goal to ensure that every customer has a positive experience from the initial sale to the ...
I worked at The Local Pages full-time (Less than a year)
Commission based pay with opportunities to make pretty good money. It was easy to jump right in on my first day. Friendly staff. They give you the tools and strategies to be successful. The managers didn't usually micromanage everyone unless they felt that it would be helpful and productive.
Slow days for sales. It felt as if it was the luck of the draw certain times. Every now and then I would get cursed at by very rude people on the phone. Extremely repetitive and tedious. Minimum wage pay if commission goal wasn't reached for the week.
Advice to Management
I thought that the management was good overall. They were friendly and helpful. The only thing that I would say hurt sales a couple times were the dated phones , system, and headsets. In April most of the employees were sent home 6 hours early because of technical issues on two separate occasions. Management was done well and they maintained a professional, yet casual image. I really enjoyed the bonuses (we would spin a wheel with various prizes once we met certain sales goals), the raffles, and other fun incentives that management would give the salespeople in order to keep the job more interesting and lucrative.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at The Local Pages (Salt Lake City, UT) in June 2016.
Applied and they cold called me wanting a technical interview after business after hours. This place gives you vacation/benefits -see the job description after one year. I would seriously look at their BBB ratings and other reviews before applying.