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: Leo Perrotta, Head of Quality

In the first of our Staff Spotlight blog posts, Yell Careers chats to our Head of Quality, Leo Perrotta to find out about quality engineering at Yell, what his role involves and his love for all things Agile.

Originally from Italy, Leo has worked in technical teams in five countries, including Sweden and China. He joined Yell in February 2016 and is based in our Reading Head Office.
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Yell team support Byte Night 2016 in aid of Action for Children

Team members from Yell’s Reading head office supported the work of Action for Children this month by taking part in Byte Night Thames Valley on Friday 7 October.

Byte Night is a national charity sleep-out in aid of Action for Children’s work with vulnerable young people across the UK. The event sees people from the technology and business fields giving up their beds and sleeping outside for one night.
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Yell join in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2016 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Yell is pleased to have raised £806.39 for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 30 September, 2016.

Team members in our Belfast, Scarborough and Reading offices brought in a wide selection of fantastic homemade cakes, biscuits and even sausage rolls for baking competitions in each office with all funds going towards Macmillan Cancer Support.
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Experimenting with ES6

As part of the Yell Blog’s tech series, Junior Front End Developer Stevie Burrett road tests ES2015, also known as ES6, the latest version of JavaScript.

ES6 is one of the largest updates to come to JavaScript in years, and will pave the way for cleaner, better-written, more manageable code that’s less reliant on libraries like jQuery and RequireJS.
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