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Valley Yellow Pages Overview

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Fresno, CA
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
AGI Publishing, Inc., dba Valley Yellow Pages, is the largest independent Yellow Pages publisher in Central and Northern California and the third largest in the nation. Directories are delivered to households and businesses in 46 different markets, helping more than ... Read more

Mission: The mission of Valley Yellow Pages is to create the telephone directories of the highest possible quality while:

- Remaining at the forefront of industry advancements.

- Offering customers a superior product at reasonable ... Read more

Valley Yellow Pages Reviews

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Valley Yellow Pages President Sieg Fischer
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    I have been working at Valley Yellow Pages full-time (More than 5 years)


    Ground cargo transportation is a great job ,I love working there I feel like is family and the owner is the best person I try real hard and there the best with motete


    I like my job but my boss don't understand me I don't need to be at work to do dispatching the cumputer

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Valley Yellow Pages Interviews



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    Account Executive Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Valley Yellow Pages.


    Applied directly to local sales office. Did not respond to an ad, I was interested in the company and industry and sought them out. I met with ABM (Area Branch Manager) for first interview, then DSM (District Sales Manager) and ABM for second interview. I believe normally you will meet with DSM first. I was not aware of their dress code and showed up in basic casual business attire. They REQUIRE formal business attire (FULL SUIT). Dress the part to get noticed. During my second interview I was asked the basic interview questions and felt very comfortable. Be ready for a role play sales encounter. You will normally be handed an object (pen, pencil, scissors or ???) and asked to sell them the product. Be real, have fun, make it interesting and creative. This is just a simple sales profiling tool to see how you react under pressure, MAKE IT FUN! After interviews, if you get the job offer, you will be called in to accept the offer (in writing) sign all employment docs and take a drug test. If you cant pass a mouth swab drug test, don't be stupid and apply, that is a waste of everybody's time. After passing the test, you will be scheduled for training. You will get some of the best training available in the industry. If you are sent out of town, they pay your time, travel, lodging and expenses. You will need to dress formal business attire in training also. They are paying big money for you to be there, show up ready to learn and get involved in the role plays, have fun. We had some people party every night and show up hungover to training, they did not pass. You will need to study, there is a lot to learn. Remember, after training, your manager will be there to help, you are never far from help.

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    They have changed the hire package a few times over the years, not sure what its like now. When I was hired I was given the choice of base plus commission or straight commission. If you take straight commission it may take you a little longer to get a pay check but if your good at sales and confident you can work in this industry you will make more money. The base plus has a lower commission on each sale but is good to get you started and a safe bet if your new to sales. The base plus was for a limited time and once you went straight commission you could not go back to base plus. Their is no negotiation.

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