Yell Staff Spotlight: Maria Bowtell, Team Manager, Scarborough

Maria Bowtell is a Team Manager at our Scarborough office who joined Yell in 2014. She started as a Digital Specialist and quickly progressed into a team manager role. I caught up with Maria to find out about her Yell journey and her working life at our Scarborough contact centre.
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Yell’s first Undergraduate programme results in three permanent hires

Yell launched Genesis, our very first undergraduate trainee programme, in 2016.

That year, four successful candidates joined our Yell.com engineering department for a one-year placement during their sandwich year of university.

Throughout their year with Yell, our undergraduates were trained and encouraged by their team, gaining vital hands-on experience from a team of technology experts.
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Yell Staff Spotlight: Fiona Coles on her 25 years with Yell

Gold Award-winning Customer Liaison Executive Fiona Coles has 25 years service working with Yell. Since joining in 1984, she has moved from Reading to Birmingham and from Processing to Quality Assurance and more.

Yell Careers talks to Fiona about her long career with us, how Yell has grown over her time with the company and her passion for chasing the Northern Lights!
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Yell Staff Spotlight: Sham Hussain, Digital Business Development Manager

Yell Careers spotlight Digital Business Development Manager Sham Hussain. Sham is an experienced digital marketing professional who has been with Yell for 17 years.

We speak to Sham about his sales career at Yell, his passion for digital marketing and his other life as a photographer.
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Yell named one of the UK’s best places to work for second year running

For the second year running, Yell has been named one of the best companies to work for in the UK in the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards.

The 2017 list of the 50 best companies to work for in the UK were announced on 7 December 2016. Yell is proud to be ranked at number 28, with a score of 4.0 out of 5.
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