I worked at FlipKey as an intern for more than a year
Pros – Even after moving on to a "real job" I still think about my experience here at FlipKey - I absolutely loved working here! I was very much considered part of the team and after a few months, I moved on from doing intern work to real work that I was proud of. You work with smart, innovative people who take the time the actually teach you business and marketing skills that will be useful in the future. Your biggest advantage here is showing initiative which will get you better work. Don't be afraid to ask to be trained or learn something new. Also, you will never have to make coffee runs. Ever.
Cons – Interns should be exposed to other departments besides the ones they work in. Also, an introduction to upper management would be nice.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-10-19 08:49 PDT
I have been working at FlipKey full-time for more than a year
Pros – Awesome culture (kegs in the kitchen; laid back atmosphere; nice people; no dress code; ping pong)
Benefits (great health/dental coverage; 401K; commuter reimbursement; personal travel reimbursement; lots of company happy hours and get-togethers)
Cons – Pay (lower than similar roles at other companies and the annual raises are paltry)
Advancement (None to speak of - the company has little interest in developing its current employees and would prefer to hire externally for all openings)
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-12-09 12:01 PST
What do we do? We make it easy, safe, and fun to find and book the perfect place to stay. Named the “Top Vacation Rental Site” by Travel + Leisure , FlipKey has also appeared in many other top-tier media outlets… — Full Overview
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