Compare Vrbo vs Enverus BETASee how Enverus vs. Vrbo compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Vrbo full-time for more than 3 years
Always jumping on the latest tech, so opportunities to learn new things are frequent. Collaboration is great, few egos that I've encountered. Most people and managers are genuine and very... open/approachable. Frequent parties and celebrations Free breakfast every Friday Free snacks + coffee Plenty of free leftovers floating around the office at lunchtime. Domain location is more vibrant than your typical office complex Can work from home easily and often
Sometimes is like drinking from a firehose bcs the tech adoption moves so fast I think different teams work in vastly different ways, so everyone's experience may not be like mine A little too much... big company process creeping in as we adopt Expedia practices and policies Too much agile focus now (too many meetings)
I have been working at Enverus full-time for more than 3 years
Having been with the company over 3 years the growth has been tremendous. Those that want to grow have the opportunity as long as they ask for it and are willing to work for it. The company really... does care about the individual and takes great strides to ensure people are where they need to be. To succeed you need to have an entrepreneurial heart, meaning that you have your goals and leadership/support to help you achieve them but at the end of the day it is up to you to reach them.
No direct con's that would affect me continuing working. For some the changes as we have grown are to much but every company has inflection points and growing pains as you reach certain milestones.... For those that do not welcome change it can be hard to embrace. Recommendation is to have an open mind and realize that there is a very direct strategy and path leadership is embarking on and all companies have to go through iterations to determine what works best to get there.
Advice to Management
Continue to provide feedback to company on adjustments and growth. Continue to be there for your employees. Continue to empower employees to own their business and hold accountable for the successes... and failures that result.