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Our Expedia contact number is ideal whether you’re looking to discuss an existing holiday you’ve booked with Expedia, or if you’re planning to book a holiday with them in the future.
Expedia is one of the biggest names in the world of online travel. If you want the very best prices on foreign holidays then there’s no need to pop down to your local travel agent, you can arrange the whole trip via the Expedia website instead! On Expedia you simply enter the date you’d like to travel, along with where you’d like to go. You’ll then be presented with a list of available hotels – once you’ve selected the hotel that you’d like to stay in, you can choose the flights that best fit your requirements. Upon entering the checkout process on Expedia you’ll have to option to buy add-ons such as sight-seeing tickets for the place you’re visiting, as well as travel insurance and car hire.
Expedia makes the business of booking a holiday a whole lot easier than it was before. You can tailor your holiday to your exact requirements via the Expedia website in just a matter of minutes! Booking holidays via Expedia allows you greater flexibility than when booking a rigid package holiday from most high street travel companies.Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only which will contact you to .com but with whom we are in no way affiliated to. An alternative number can be found at said website. See Terms and Conditions
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From ExpediaEmployee(Past Employee - 2,017)‐ Rating 3 out of 5 — Wed, 17 Jan 2018
Pay was great for position. Learned a lot from working in a fast paced corporation, and how to deal with fickle managers.
Lots of turnaround. First month I was there, 10 people had quit. This should have been a red flag, but working for a top rated travel company was alluring. The managers could not make a solid decision on projects, and made for a frustrating work environment. The decisions changed rapidly, and it wasted time, money, and effort, which left employees with the decision to leave.
From Expedia Analyst(Past Employee - 2,017)‐ Rating 4 out of 5 — Tue, 16 Jan 2018
I was at Expedia for over three years, on three separate teams (2 finance, 1 tax). There are some amazingly smart and passionate people at Expedia, but there are also some folks who have bigger priorities outside of work - suffice it to say, this is no Amazon. Like all large companies - your experience will depend on the quality of your team and manager. I worked with some really brilliant people who taught me how to be better at FP&A, and how to be a better employee in general. I also worked on some teams where I felt like I was teaching them! Overall, though, this is a company that cares about its employees and offers a relaxed workplace where the quality of your work is priority #1. Being such a large company with so many diverse teams, there are a lot of opportunities to grow your career here, which is also a plus (as long your manger is supportive!)
By and large, no equity compensation (Until you're at Director level and above) Complacency is broadly tolerated (again, some teams are exceptions) Compensation is ok - one of my biggest complaints was that long-tenured employees seemed to have lower comp than incoming new hires. I imagine this is not unique to Expedia.
Advice to Senior Management
I imagine the move to Seattle is part of this, but I believe it's time to push the company harder. I often found myself on teams with more HC than was required. I think Expedia would benefit from taking a page out of Amazon's playbook (without becoming Amazon) and make a push for efficiency and being as lean as possible (hopefully without sacrificing the pleasant workplace culture).
From Expedia Software Engineer(Current Employee)‐ Rating 4 out of 5 — Mon, 15 Jan 2018
* Culture and people are great to wortk with. * Everyone comes together to solve problems instead of playing the blame game. * Work life balance is good. * Travel and vacation benefits are great.
* Even though colleagues appreciate your work, getting recognition and visibility is very hard and you constantly have to make efforts to get visibility. * Promotion process is slow and based on biased opinions or old school style of "he's in line, hence he gets it" mentality. * Promotion is based on how much visibility you have versus how much impact you make. * Sometimes you feel taken for granted. * Pay is lower compared to some other big Tech companies.
Advice to Senior Management
* If you want to be known as a good management, please be fair in providing people opportunities that they deserve or ask for. * If employees are told by their managers, that "I have recommended you for this upcoming project, but the decision is not in my hand", then it seems like the management is just giving orders to the managers and not taking their inputs. * When managers tell employees that "you are doing a phenominal job, but others are in line for promotion" and that "waiting(for your turn) is the only way and that's what A and B had to go thru as well", then how is the management improving to being a growth mindset? It is still stuck in the fixed mindset. * Promotion should be performance based and not time based.
From ExpediaEmployee(Current Employee)‐ Rating 5 out of 5 — Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Travel reimbursements, discounts on activities
communication limited to primarily email
From ExpediaEmployee(Current Employee)‐ Rating 1 out of 5 — Fri, 12 Jan 2018
interesting industry, and travel opportunities
Expedia is about politics, competition, and looking busy, not people, not teamwork, not results.