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Why Expedia? Because mornings are the best when you love your job.
Expedia is not only reinventing the way you travel, we’re creating a new way of working, too. It’s exciting here. Inspiring even. You can define your own purpose, work with brilliant people, discover some wonderful places — and finally put that snooze button to rest.
Expedia, Inc. is more than just the Expedia.com consumer website. It’s actually a parent company to some of the world’s leading travel companies, products and services to leisure and corporate travelers in the US and around the world.
We own and operate a diversified portfolio of well-recognized brands, including Expedia, Hotels.com, Hotwire.com, Egencia, Classic Vacations, and a range of other US-based and international businesses.
Together, these popular brands and innovative businesses make Expedia, Inc. the world's leading online travel company. We’re here to empower business and leisure travelers with the tools and information they need to easily research, plan, book and experience travel.
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Pros: Work with a bunch of smarties. People are nice. Work life balance is definitely there. Flexibility given by work is awesome. Work equipment is fast and powerful. There is a shower facility onsite. There are allowance for each employee to spend on… – Full Review /Reviews/Employee-Review-Expedia-RVW2668872.htm
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No Offer – Interviewed in London, England Feb 2013 – Reviewed Mar 09, 2013
Interview Details I had a first interview with an HR consultant asking general questions about my sales experience and a few questions about account management and negotiation. After a couple of hours I received an email confirming I passed the first stage and I was requested to attend another phone interview with… – Full Interview
At the second phone interview: are you holding a pen in your hand? Sell it to me. – View Answer