Sr. Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – November 21, 2016
Expedia is great for work life balance. Its not fast paced like Amazon and people here tend to get into one position and never leave. You wont advance your career here much but if you want a comfortable job its a good place.
Engineering Manager (Current Employee) – Confidential – November 5, 2016
I started as a developer in Expedia and now currently as an Engineering Manager. The experience is great, people are very helpful, there is so much things to learn. You get challenged everyday, which is good.
I used to love this job when I started as a Lodging Support Agent. After you've been there for a few months the cracks start showing. Management lacks expertise on everyday work tasks and one is forced to ask other peers for guidance and support. If you are able to reach one of the leadership positions then you'll have a bit more job security.
Overall the place was fun to work with, good peers, more bad than good supervisors. Benefits are ok, but as far as receiving good travel benefits, then you're better off looking elsewhere.
free lunches, international culture, never stop learning
lack of leadership support, too much micromanaging, questionable job security
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – October 7, 2016
If you are looking for a stable income with boring employees in the team, then Expedia will be a good fit to you. It is a very low productivity company as well so if you enjoy chit chatting with colleagues and not getting anything done, then it will be an ideal work place for you.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – September 28, 2016
Over 250 employees lost their jobs to outsource overseas. I wish that would not have happened, I enjoyed coming into work and they were a great company to work for.
Little that we knew at the time, they sent several employees from our call center to train call centers Philippines, El Salvadore and other countries. Not even two years later, they closed Flagship call center where Expedia all started in Tacoma, WA.
This position has given me the most creative license in coaching and developing employees. Expedia breeds a culture of working hard, but also being playful at work. They are not afraid to try a new process, fail, learn and move on.
CEX Manager (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – August 25, 2016
I did a 10 month contract at Expedia. It was a great experience. The team I worked with were fantastic. I respected the management who seemed genuinely interested in the development of their employees. There were several programs to develop and grow their existing employees skills and career.
Would have preferred a more challenging and expansive role
Lodging Partner Associate (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – July 23, 2016
I'd almost bet there is no better company than Expedia to work for. Their benefits , culture and work life come in second to none. Best company I've ever had the chance to work for. I will be back aboard at the first opportunity. Dream job for sure.
Lodging Support Specialist I (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – July 21, 2016
Everything is very easy going, extensive training on all forms of programs, great hours and pay, awesome supervisors. dealing with hotel owners and general managers on a daily basis with issues most likely technical issues or lack of training on our programs we provide. building business relationships from the ground up
happy hours, supervisors, schedules, pay
don't stick to contract lengths if contracted through Contracting companies
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 21, 2016
Company has several struggles of running the office. The overall atmosphere is highly stressed, and no one talks about in fear of losing his/her job. Micromanagement is extremely high as well. There are good people there. Their benefits are wonderful.