At Booking.com we are focused on creating a challenging and rewarding destination where you can work, connect and grow. Part of creating such a destination means promoting a unique compensation and benefits package, The Booking Deal.
The benefits for working for Booking.com are great! You get free fruits delivered to the office twice a week & the company pays 50% off some of the healthy food for sale in its break room. You get 12hrs of PTO every month & can bank the hours of any holidays you work for future use. Getting the time off approved can sometimes be challenging for some positions. The pay is fair and the company always considers the staff's dissatisfaction or satisfaction with their compensation. Great insurance that also offers many yearly incentives. I am sure I'm missing many other benefits as they are so many!
Perks: Fitness reimbursement, commuter benefit, HRA/HSA health insurance, annual HQ conference in Amsterdam after one year of service (contingent on manager's approval).
Health benefits are fine, the 401k is not competitive in the tech sector.
Time off, health care, bonuses, free snacks in the office, team nights out and occasional paid lunches
401k, health and dental, booking benefits and fitness reimbursement
Health insurance was great. I had three options to choose from. I had 18 days of PTO. Never signed up for the 401k.
Best benefit is getting to travel to Amsterdam for a company-wide conference.
Good 401(k) match, could be better but it is not the worst I have ever had
The best is that you have a chance to get 1-2 trips to amsterdam a year. However they are already looking at cutting all of that back. The worst is the package as a whole is so far off from competitors that it makes you feel undervalued. They will tell you they don't want to be the market leader in pay and that you are compensated with this like groceries, being allowed to volunteer, and monthly outings
The best is the 3 weeks paid vacation the worst is the medical package that goes up every year
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.