At Expedia, Inc. we believe in a work well, live well approach and offer benefits to meet your professional, personal, and family needs. So sure, we've got great traditional benefits like medical/dental and financial plans, but also steep travel discounts, a unique culture, and other perks that make it a great place to work.
The insurance options for full-time employees are excellent, so it's one big positive of the company, along with extras such as gift cards, hospitality passes for theme parks, and other employee exclusive events. Keep in mind, Expedia Local Expert only hires as part-time, so you have to work your way to full-time, which can take a minimum of 5-6 months.
It's all the small things. Vacation perk, fitness perk, commuter perk, etc. that I really appreciate here.
Best: it meets Fortune 500 company standards Worst: does not exceed Fortune 500 company standards
The best benefit package is that all employees became travel agents and all the benefits that same with it! Totally great!
Expedia has great benefits for their employees. They also have a clinic on site at the head quarters which makes it easy to get in to see a doctor.
Basically (not officially) unlimited vacation. Health and dental package is good. Flexible work from home policy. Discounts are ok, but only on hotels. But all of this doesn't make up for the low salaries and political atmosphere.
Great benefits, 17 work days PTO, travel reimbursements, great health insurance
Great maternity/paternity leave (18-20 weeks).
3 different options to choose from re: health insurance, one being HSA. 401K was fairly on par w other companies. Additional bells & whistles annually are $600 wellness credit, $75/month commuter benefit, FSA & dependent care opportunities w Pre-tax $$$, small travel credit too. New Parent Benefit is 12 weeks post FMLA.
provides good discounts on hotels, great vacation policy has good health insurance options discounts on flight travel not great
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.