eBay is the world’s most vibrant marketplace for discovering great value and unique selection. eBay connects millions of buyers and sellers around the globe, empowering people and creating opportunity through Connected Commerce. Our vision for commerce is one that is enabled by people, powered by technology and open to everyone. We partner but never compete with our sellers and create stronger connections between buyers and sellers with product experiences that are fast, mobile and secure...and we're just as passionate about connecting buyers and sellers as when we founded the company in 1995. For more information, visit ebayinc.com. Or for more on careers, visit careers.ebayinc.com.
This is What We Care About
At eBay, your work makes a difference. We are committed to unlocking more economic opportunity for everyone, including you.
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We believe that we can build a better form of commerce that is enabled by people, supported by technology, and open to everyone – creating more opportunity for all.
Our Culture in Action
At eBay, we empower you to make a difference. We believe that we will win by connecting talented people to each other and by giving them abundant opportunities to succeed.
Our Global Impact
Global Impact is the good that happens when people connect on eBay. It’s how we bring our purpose to life: Creating a better, more sustainable form of commerce—where people are empowered, causes are supported and opportunities are open to everyone.
eBay focuses its Global Impact on three main areas: Opportunity for All, Circular Economy and eBay for Charity. We also pay close attention to how we operate as a Responsible Business.
Our Health & Wellness Benefits
Whether you’re single, in a growing family, or nearing retirement, eBay offers a variety of comprehensive and competitive benefit programs to meet your needs. Benefits are an important part of your total compensation for the work you do every day. We strive to offer programs that help support both mind and body, including quality healthcare insurance and wellness programs, plans to help ensure your financial security today and in the years ahead, and time off programs so you can recharge.
Our Financial Benefits
We provide a variety of plans to help ensure your financial security today and in the years ahead because we know feeling financially secure during your working years and through retirement is important.
Your financial future is important. Ask about financial benefits during your hiring process.
Balancing Work & Life
We offer many programs such as paid holidays and PTO, sabbaticals, and flextime to support your mind and body.
Our Social Innovation Programs
Our employees around the globe strive to have a positive impact on our customers, our communities and our planet, both through the work they do every day, and our various community engagement programs. Here are some ways our employees are improving the communities they call home:
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NOTE: While eBay Inc. intends to provide these benefits indefinitely, we reserve the right to change or terminate any or all of the programs at any time subject to any limitations or restrictions of local law. Benefits may vary depending on location.
We’re not just looking for the very best talent, we’re focused on developing and keeping all our talented people. Get to know a little about them and what they find important in their days at eBay.
Global Impact is the good that happens when people connect on eBay. It’s how we bring our purpose to life: Creating a better, more sustainable form of commerce—where people are empowered, causes are supported, and opportunities are open to everyone.
I have been working at eBay full-time
Good company ,good career growth and very good work life balance
Not doing any new things
I applied through other source. The process took 8 weeks. I interviewed at eBay (San Jose, CA).
I was hired by email, ICQ and one phone call. I was asked to submit a resumé. I didn't apply for the job. I came to their attention by posting on one of the chat boards and interacting with eBay users. I started out in SafeHarbor, the original fraud investigation unit. After two years, I was moved to Community Development.
This was in 1997, when the company was very young, and I was just astonished to be asked to consider the job. It didn't occur to me to "negotiate." I worked for the company until April 2007 when I retired.