Mission: To empower people to experience the world.
I have been working at Booking.com full-time (Less than a year)
Fruit is free, they pay 50% of healthy meals and 20% of everything else. Catering once a month and pizza randomly ordered. (It seems like they provide food every other day). Free Starbucks coffee, 117 pto hours every 3 months. Casual wear every day. (T-shirt and jeans if you want. Management is all amazing, open door policy, pay is good, benefits are amazing, you get $240 a year to spent on anything you want that is health/ fitness related (Apple watch if you want, gym membership, equipment, etc. They send people to Amsterdam every year. They close down Seaworld and party one a year.
Nothing. If I really had to pick one thing it would be getting paid bi-weekly instead of weekly, but that’s really if I had to choose one thing.
Advice to Management
Keep up the amazing work! I have no complaints.
Currently at the first round where HR called to understand why I want to join booking.com
It went well as HR was quite helpful and explained me the process. Next is an online round where two interviewers will interview me.
Technical and business related question would be asked there.
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