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.
Perks on hotels and fitness are reimbursed quarterly so watch out there. free fruit and discounted snacks. attendance policy is strict but good PTO and health insurance.
All of the benefits were great, there were many options to choose from. They also allow spouse benefits even if you are not married as long as you live int he same household.
They have PTO, health insurance, life, employee discount.
the best part is probably the PTO days
Good health insurance and PTO. Good company to work for and upward mobility.
Working for Booking.com was one of the greatest experiences I’ve had. They are very innovative and truly care about their employees. The benefits are amazing & they only get better every year. For example, while I worked there, we received an bonus every 3 months!
401k is paid out at end of year.
Best: they are constantly adding to the benefits which is nice to see. Worst: There is this thing called the Booking Benefit and it is a sad portrayal of a benefit and it should not be considered one. It is a program where you get money back for booking a stay on Booking.com but what they dont tell you is that you also get taxed the refund AND it takes over 2 months to receive it AND you can only redeem 25% of your stay at a time.
Decent insurance package, affordable premiums. There was an increase in PTO hours, however you may not be granted time off requested. Availability is based on business needs. Although you may have the hours they are reluctant to approve it even in cases of family emergency, management can and will use it against you in your attendance review.
Great health benefits, 401-K company match, free fruit, free Orca pass, tuition reimbursement, fitness reimbursement, yearly well-check reimbursement, great working environment.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.