- IT & Tech
- Company size
- Bellevue, WA
|Open to discussing flexible work arrangements at interview stage|
|Difference in mean hourly rate||Women’s is 17.9% lower than men’s|
|Difference in median hourly rate||Women’s is 18.6% lower than men’s|
|Paid maternity leave at full salary (not including government-funded parental leave)||First 18 weeks maternity leave paid at 100% of basic salary.|
|Minimum tenure required to be eligible for paid maternity leave||Have been continuously employed for at least 26 weeks ending with the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth|
|Paid paternity leave at full salary (not including government-funded parental leave)||12 weeks paternity leave paid at 100% of basic salary.|
|Minimum tenure required to be eligible for paid paternity leave||Have been continuously employed for at least 26 weeks ending with the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth|
|Uses gender neutral language for parenthood|
|Shared Parental Pay set at Government Statutory Pay||permanent employees will also receive enhanced shared parental pay, in addition to Statutory Shared Parental Pay|
|Continuation of pension contributions on the unpaid portion of maternity leave|
|Return to work retention *||66%|
|Programs for parents returning to work after Parental Leave||No|
|Domestic and Family Violence policy||No|
|Opportunities to purchase leave||No|
|Employee Assistance Program (EAP) program|
|Leadership development programs|
|Targets to raise the number of women in leadership||Yes – 30% in VP roles by 2020|
|Targets to raise the number of black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) individuals in leadership||No|
|Flexible work arrangements to accomodate cultural and religious events|
|Employee-led diversity networks|
|Internal women's networking groups|
|Employee engagement scores year on year *|
|Employee turnover rate *||10.60%|
|Paid volunteer days|
About Expedia Group
We are the World’s Travel Platform
At Expedia Group our purpose is to bring the world within reach. We want to make travel more accessible, by using technology to break down those barriers.
We believe that success stems from an inclusive and diverse environment that fosters equality and opportunity. We see travel as a force for good. It connects us culturally, emotionally and physically and it changes how we see our place in the world. Our employees are encouraged to make a difference and through Expedia Cares, we can fight against inequality in all forms.
At Expedia Group, we believe it’s important to find a work life balance. In a recent Town Hall Expedia Group CEO, Mark Okerstrom talked about how vital it is for our employees to find the balance between work and life outside of the office, he was even asked how he maintains a work life balance given his role, to which he replied, “Go hard, then go home”. We want to be the place where exceptional people who share our passion for tech and travel want to do their best work and having a flexible working approach will enable us to achieve that.
We wholeheartedly believe that having a child is an amazing gift and we want to support you through that journey. At Expedia Group we have a fantastic parental leave policy, including shared parental leave.
Our global diversity groups provide a means to connect, support, and celebrate us as a diverse workforce. Our Women at Expedia Learning & Leading (WELL) faction aims to empower and support women to leadership roles at Expedia Group, through professional development courses and networking events.
Diverse Hiring Initiatives
At Expedia Group we firmly believe that our candidates deserve to be treated equally and fairly regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, age or whether they have a disability. As part of our diverse hiring initiatives, we look to ensure that we have a gender balance in our interview panels as well as equal representation in our interview shortlists, where possible.
Cultivating a diverse and inclusive working environment strengthens Expedia Group and aligns with our strategic imperative to be the place where exceptional people who share our passion for tech and travel want to do their best work.
We are actively engaged in ensuring women at all levels of the organization have not just a seat at the table but, importantly, a strong voice in the future of our company.
- Mark Okerstrom, CEO of Expedia Group
Expedia Cares is Expedia Group's corporate social responsibility program that incorporates matching donations made by our employees, our Global Day of Caring and Month of Giving, Volunteer Committees and our Global Ambassador Program. The Expedia Group corporate social responsibility efforts are aligned with eight of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals - initiatives that are focused on protecting the planet, providing quality education, advancing equality, and enabling a more tolerant, just, and peaceful world. Together, our actions in these areas can literally change the lives of millions of people. Make sure to check out the video.