I have been working at Travelocity full-time (More than a year)
Incredibly intelligent people, excellent idea sharing culture, decent work-life balance... these are just a few things that make Travelocity, and Expedia Inc., a truly motivating, positive work space. Of the four firms I've worked for to date, working for Travelocity has been the best experience for my career development and continued growth. I have learned so much, work with very talented, intelligent people, and absolutely love working in tech + travel!
I think compensation is an area of improvement, but the company's excellent benefit system somewhat makes up for this.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Travelocity (Dallas, TX) in January 2017.
3 Rounds. HR phone interview. Hiring manager Skype Case Study. Onsite Interview. HR interview is pretty standard, asking general questions. The case study is to test your analytic skill. Focus on analysis rather than getting the answer right. Onsite interview lasts for 4 hours, including interviewing with managers/directors from different departments, a prepared presentation and a performance analytic test using excel.
It's a big week at Travelocity as we kick off our new advertising campaign. "Wander Wisely" is a reflection of the Travelocity team's commitment to making travel more accessible and more fun for all of our customers. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIQO8
Travelocity recently kicked off its "Travelocity Talks" series, where guest executives are invited to Travelocity headquarters. Our first guest was Deidre Richter of iHeartMedia, who shared some great insights on the online entertainment field, and on managing a successful career.
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