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Anonymous shared this review of Expedia Group, 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 Group 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 Group 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 Group 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 Group on Sep 20th, 2018
"I like working here, though it's really different between departments."