Mission: Our mission? Simply put, to be the world leader in online travel. And while by all measures, we've achieved our mission, that doesn't stop us from continuing to evolve as a business. We continue to collaborate, innovate and take pride in what we ...
Last week priceline held is annual food drive benefiting The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. Contributions from employees to the Food Bank were matched by the company to deliver 375 turkeys and two moving trucks full of food. Donations were also made by employees from The Priceline Group along with our sister brand, Kayak.
Priceline's People and Culture team spent the morning at Person-to-Person in Darien, Connecticut to help setup their holiday toy drive. Over 2,100 children will receive toys this holiday season and it was a great team building event.
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I have been working at Priceline.com full-time (More than 5 years)
Priceline.com feels like it’s turning the corner and starting to move forward. It has changed a lot over the past year and I like the direction. Senior management is trying to change the culture to be faster moving and more demanding. It’s hard, but rewarding.
Resources can be scarce. I often feel that we are understaffed. Expectations are reasonable though I wish we had more people.
Advice to Management
Keep pushing for growth and be open to testing out of the status quo. Invest where it makes sense. Develop an employee recognition program so that overperforming employees get recognized broadly - that is missing today.
I applied online. I interviewed at Priceline.com in December 2016.
A phone call was setup by recruiter with the technical guys. It was an intense interview . They grilled me on basic concepts of core java.It surely is not a typical phone interview. Only a guy who has some real programming experience could answer those questions.
I was called for onsite interview. Flight and hotel expenses has been taken care off. I was flown in the day before the interview. The interview was for about 4 hour 45 minutes.
The first 15 minutes is HR asking my background. All the rounds from here on has two interviewers.
First Round: It was for about 90 minutes. Web services, Spring, Core java, White board coding. Average difficulty. I managed well except for a couple of questions. I did well.
Second Round: It was for about one hour. Informal interview. Took out for lunch. No technical questions.
Third Round: It was for about one hour. Two interviewers. I think they are hiring managers and are the same people who took my phone interview. The interviewers were extremely knowledgeable. This round is not about specifically any thing but my overall application development knowledge was thoroughly tested. I did poorly in this round and my knowledge was clearly exposed. I felt that there is no way you could prepare for this specific kind of interview Only the knowledge one has built on really working on application development over a period of time helps. Every question requires coding on whiteboard.
Fourth Round: It was for about one hour. How do you perform validations? How do you trace a bug in production environment?etc. and few other questions that do not have any specific answer. I did OK in this interview. I was already down because of the previous round.
The very next day I got the standard reply that I was not selected. But I am happy with the interview process. I was given a fair chance to show my skills and I did not meet their expectations.