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Anonymous shared this review of Expedia, United States on Nov 20th, 2019
"The benefits are fabulous and hard to beat. From several months of paid maternity leave to fertility support and more, this is a very inclusive and supportive work environment for women."
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia, United States on Nov 16th, 2019
"Expedia Group has an amazing supportive culture where women are valued and treated well. I am able to set my schedule, work independently and am recognized for my work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia, Australia on Sep 24th, 2019
"Global company so expect early/late calls depending on your location, but flexibility is offered to compensate for this time. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia, United States on Aug 23rd, 2019
"Positives: Good health insurance. 16-18w maternity leave. Good mothers' rooms in new office (old office is awful). Small amount of IVF benefit-- enough to cover one retrieval and one transfer only, doesn't cover Rx. Negatives: A whole lot of talk, but not very much follow through. Few women in leadership-- total boys' club. Men continue to be promoted into positions that I'm not sure they are good for. Very little actual sponsorship of women. Most social events outside regular hours-- so very little networking time during hours that are covered by day care. Managers have no training on how to ramp women coming back from maternity leave. Terrible hours expected. Very meeting heavy so you have to be on calls with other time zones ALL NIGHT AND ALL DAY. No on site childcare. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Dec 4th, 2018
"Expedia Group has a great culture for supporting women. If you want to make a difference in the world, spend time with your family and grow and learn - this is the place!"
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Oct 26th, 2018
"I think its really positive, comfortable for women, flexibility is dependent on manager and team culture, so be clear about expectations!"
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Oct 22nd, 2018
"Find out as much as possible about the person who will be your direct manager because they can make your work great or awful"
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Sep 20th, 2018
"I like working here, though it's really different between departments."
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Aug 9th, 2018
"They are making improvements, but not there yet. Still low on compensation."
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on May 22nd, 2018
"I love the flexibility in my hours and the people I work with."
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Feb 27th, 2018
"The paternal benefits are wonderful and taking time off is encouraged."
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Jan 18th, 2018
"Work/life balance mostly exists at our company. But as with any other, the department and team you’re on really impact this. Make sure to really seek out information on the different teams. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Sep 4th, 2017
"Great overall, can be slow, depends on team. Well intentioned people. Lots of inefficiencies to fix"
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Jul 12th, 2017
"Expedia has great maternity and paternity leave and always has on sight rooms for nursing mothers. The working environment is accommodating to expecting families. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Feb 1st, 2017
"They promote the idea of women in leadership, but in the top executive positions, they fall short. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Dec 10th, 2016
"This company has a fantastic focus on ensuring women represent an even portion of senior management and are compensated as much as their male counterparts. It is a fast paced company that is not for those averse to change and rewards those who take initiatives and calculated risks. Very much a "learn forward" kind of culture. IF you learned from a failed test, then it wasn't a failure. Learning nothing is the failure. "
Anonymous shared this review of Expedia on Apr 17th, 2016
"Good benefits, but few women in leadership positions. "
"I've worked here for nearly 3 years and have seen a lot of discussion towards improved support of women in recent months. Not fully clear how much is talk vs how much is action. Parental leave has been improved recently and there's more talk of flex options. We're still pretty weak in training, mentorship, etc. The leadership is nearly fully male. My manager is great bad super supportive, but I'm his only female direct of ~10 directs. I think things will get better over the next few years (there's a goal for 2020 around leadership share that is female), but it will take some time."
"I've worked at this company for eight years. In that time I've seem the organization make a concerted effort in their focus on including women in more leadership roles and gender equality. It's now more about your performance than your gender. As it should be."
"upper management are primarily men"
"I just started with this company and thus far it mirrors a lot of other businesses that are attempting to take a more active role in their promotion of women. While we are very male heavy in executive leadership positions, there are a good number of women at the director level and there has been company-wide talk from leadership about the need to promote more women."
"The company is working on increasing the number of women in leadership roles. But there's still some way to go."
"Women are underrepresented in management roles and the women already in management actively work against a career path for other women. Atmosphere of jealousy and gossip. Very high school. Men are just as bad."
"I've been promoted through the technology side with huge support from both female and male bosses. It's a great company in which to grow!"
"Learn more from the internal organizations supporting women."
"Go slow. You may have a lot of ideas for change but I recommend holding off on speaking up. I do find it hard to be taken seriously until I prove myself. Never ran into that issue until working at Expedia."
"I wish I would have been more involved in company functions"
"Although executive managements vision is pro women,, this vision is not shared nor supported by all managers. Be VERY careful about these other women, especially those in low- and mid level management positions, as they are the ones that feel threatened by you. They are the ones that will ensure you don't succeed!"
"Pay attention and listen to what the seasoned people inform you. The company is really good when something happens like when my mom passed away in giving me the time off I needed to take care of everything. No matter what you want to do in the company, never give up trying and going after the position you would like to have."