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  • Mental illness affects one in four people and is the leading cause of workplace absences. The Expedia Group Brisbane office recently became the first of our global offices to train 15 teams as Mental Health First Aiders. These responders are now equipped to understand and recognize symptoms of anxiety, depression, panic attacks and more. They also learned key skills, such as how to facilitate empathetic and curious conversations to empower individuals to seek professional help. Learn more about Mental Health First Aiders here.

    #WorldMentalHealthDay #breakthestigma #LifeAtExpediaGroup

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  • Expedia Group's new business resource group, AIM (Ability Inclusion Movement) recognizes #WorldMentalHealthDay. �� Today they are bringing employees together to raise awareness by talking about mental health and to put an end to the stigma. Learn more about AIM. #breakthestigma

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    Introducing AIM

    The AIM (ability inclusion movement) Business Resource Group (BRG) may be the most recent BRG to be set up within Expedia but it has also had tremendous success in a short amount of time and is setting a blueprint on how best to set up a BRG!

  • Learn about Faisal in this career check-in http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMXG3

    Career Check-in: Faisal Saiyed

    Faisal Saiyed | Director, APAC People Services in Gurgaon In general, I have long days since I handle APAC. Being based in India, my first half typically is about engaging with my team, employees and managers in APAC.

  • Guiseppe shares three things he learnt being a scrum master. Explore this and other employee experiences on our blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCJh

    Three things I learnt being a scrum master

    Originally published on The Hotels.com Technology Blog Introduction I am very happy to have had the opportunity to work in the Agile world for almost 4 years, that have been fantastic and challenging. Being a Scrum master is an invaluable experience and makes you understand and reflect a lot about company processes and software development in general.

  • From recruitment coordinator to business analyst: how to make a career pivot within Expedia Group. Explore this and other employee experiences on our blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCQ1

    Employee Experiences: Krystyna Waterhouse

    Krystyna Waterhouse | Business Analyst, Lodging Partner Services in Geneva My current role - as of the past year - is that of a business analyst, based in Geneva. Until very recently, my subject area was People Analytics. I created capacity planning models, tracked employee performance to assess quality of hire, and provided reporting for recruitment.

  • David Barmaz shares why Expedia is a special place to work
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    Employee Experiences: David Barmaz

    When I joined Expedia Group Geneva Analytics team 2.5 years back, the team was made of 30 people. Today, we are over 80. The overall company has been growing strongly in general (10-15% per year), but with the growing push for more data, the analytics function has seen growth outpacing the general company.

  • "Haystack is an Expedia-backed open source project to facilitate detection and remediation of problems with enterprise-level web services and websites." Explore this and other great stories on our blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCQu

    Finatra in a Haystack

    Originally published on The Hotels.com Technology Blog Haystack is an Expedia-backed open source project to facilitate detection and remediation of problems with enterprise-level web services and websites. Haystack uses tracing data to help locate the source of problems, providing the ability to drill down to the precise part of a service transaction where failures or latency are occurring?-?and find the proverbial "needle in a haystack".

  • Alex Lieu shares his career path at Expedia Group and explains the difference between an analyst and business intelligence developer. Explore this and other great stories on our blog http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCQ4

    Career Check-in: Alex Lieu

    My career with Expedia actually started 12 years ago in Seattle, but I've spent the past 8 years in the Geneva office. I initially joined as a financial analyst, moved into regional analytics and managed the team there, before transitioning into my current role leading the BI Dev (Business Intelligence Developers) team.

  • Career Check-in with Grégoire Laurent: From Account Management in Munich to Analytics in Singapore. Explore this and other employee experiences on our blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCQd

    Career Check-in: Grégoire Laurent

    What a journey it has been since I joined Expedia at the start of 2015! Given the wide range of teams and offices around the world and culture of inclusion and exchange, it is no surprise that my career has also been varied.

  • Career Check-in: Fabio Carta. Explore this and other employee experiences on our blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCQa

    Career Check-in: Fabio Carta

    Fabio Carta | Market Manager, Lodging Partner Services in London Has it ever happened to you when you've attended one of those university career fairs and you try to make sense of the endless opportunities, industries and jobs that are right in front of your eyes? Rather than helping, it confuses you even more!

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