Yell recruiting in Belfast and supporting ‘The Welcome Organisation’ charity

  • Yell is looking for new talent to join its Telesales team in Belfast while supporting ‘The Welcome Organisation’ charity.

    As part of their recruitment drive, Yell is running an internal referral programme which all their 1000+ employees can access. For every successful referral to the Belfast office any employee makes, they will receive a referral fee and Yell will also donate £50 per referral to the local Belfast charity ‘The Welcome Organisation’ to support their incredible work of making a difference to their local community.

    The Welcome Organisation helps people affected by homelessness through a range of services including a Drop-in Centre, Street Outreach service, Crisis Accommodation for Women, Floating Support service and their Welcome Home project.

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    In addition to the financial donations, Yell is offering recruitment support and guidance to any users of The Welcome Organisation. This includes CV writing, interview tips and preparation and help with job hunting. 

    The recruitment team from Yell have scheduled video meetings and calls to assist anyone interested in looking for a new job, over the next three months.

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    Rob Johnson, Recruitment Manager at Yell, who has worked on this initiative with The Welcome Organisation said: “This is one of the many reasons I am proud to work for Yell and our amazing forward thinking team who helped me develop this initiative and get Yell’s support to move this forward. We are truly delighted to be able to offer not only some financial provision, but more importantly, know that our recruitment support for their members is our way of helping them get a fresh start into the workplace.”

    The Welcome Organisation provides a range of potentially life-saving services to around 1,400 people affected by homelessness across greater Belfast every year. Further details of what they do is available here.

    Source: Written from press release.

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