Business Development Executive (Former Employee) – Dublin – 27 May 2019
Hired into an account executive role with quickly turned out to be a boiler room sales job. Product is very poor and difficult to justify the cost to small bed and breakfasts and hotels who already run tight margins. Unable to prove value of product. Free food a plus.
Food, decent base salary
Poor product, old style tele sales with no real consultative aspect.
Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – 30 March 2019
Everyday I log in to the phones and take calls for customers who are looking for tours and transfers for their vacation. I assist them finding the best ones give them ideas on what is popular how close it is to their hotel or if they get picked up from their hotel. I have learned a lot about all the places all over the world and a lot of the tours that there are. I love talking to the people and learning what they want to go see and helping them find something fun and help them have an enjoyable experience when they vacation. I am a good hard worker get along with just about everyone in the office I enjoy my environment at work.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Needham, MA – 28 March 2019
Simple, you'll NEVER be able to reach your sales targets - Super high-turnover. not sure about other departments, but If you are in SALES, PLEASE RUN! There's absolutely no transparency in your paycheck.. most of us how NO IDEA HOW MUCH WE GET/GOT PAID.
Questions to ask during your interview process: What percentage of your team actually makes it to quota? What's is the comp plan based on? Why are hoteliers losing credibility on your digital products? How many employees have left in the last few months? (over 30) Why do you have such a high turnover?
The best thing about TA is the People around you however, they don't stick around for long...
Data Analyst Co-op (Former Employee) – Needham, MA – 2 March 2019
A typical day at work consisted of having a set plan for what to do for the day, Usually starting with standup and then having a lot of quiet working time. The best part of the job was working with some really awesome people and having the security of a large successful tech company.
Marketing (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – 6 February 2019
There's a serious lack of communication in the organization that is almost deadly. For a tech company, I've never expected for the company to be so resistant to minimizing manual processes or to being proactive about change. Benefits are good, but the salaries are not. And the benefits have actually decreased since I started so...
Marketing Internship (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – 1 February 2019
They give all of the extra comforts. Snack bar, coffee, tea, flavored water, lounge chairs around an open concept. It is a great style for the younger crowd. Some disconnects with management styles through the 'totem pole', but overall it was a great place to work.
Executivo de Vendas (Former Employee) – Oxford , Inglaterra – 7 January 2019
Uma emporesa com condicoes de trabalho fantasticas, mas muito exigente a nivel profissional. O nosso dia a dia inclui " cold calling " para publicitar e vender " Business Listing " ( uma ferramenta que permite a empresas hoteleiras poupar em comissoes pagas a agencias de viagens online ), gestao de paginas Business Listinmg ja existentes na nossa area e tambem lidar com renovacoes de contrato. Embora a pressao em atingir os objetivos fosse alta, a empresa convidava-nos a relaxar durante os dias de trabalho, com zonas de lazer disponiveis em todos os pisos. Todas as semanas todo o staff reunia-se na Segunda Feira de manha para uma conversa motivacional por parte da management team, onde eram tambem oferecidos premios de incentivo semanais.
Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – 17 December 2018
Your team makes or breaks your experience. In general, goals are aggressive and people seem stressed. During negotiations, know your worth and ask for it. Otherwise, it's almost impossible to grow your salary.
Has all the bells and whistles free to employees, Gym, Pub, Free Food
Sales Performance Training Manager (Former Employee) – Needham, MA – 24 November 2018
I would never work for TripAdvisor again. They provide lot's of perks, but they change their mission/business model daily. However, you are a recent college graduate, it's a great place to learn to sell in a fun, open environment. Note: They will let you go within a week or two if you don't fit in. I've never seen anything like it.
Free Lunch, Gym, Pub, Snacks 24/7, Games, bring your dog to work
All over the place, leadership can't make up their mind, and all changes are made last minute with little to no communication.
Call Center Agent-Sales (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV 89107 – 5 September 2018
The work environment is high energy. Expectations are high but so are the rewards. This job is for someone that is disciplined and enjoys being challenged. The culture is work hard, play hard. The best part of the job are the people and the benefits!
Product Management Intern (Former Employee) – Needham, MA – 24 May 2018
I did my internship at TripAdvisor in product management and it was a great place to see how big tech does product. Overall, in comparison to other places i have worked, TripAdvisor excels at communication across teams, providing autonomy to individuals to contribute, and values good work/life balance. TripAdvisor was probably the most laid back place I have ever worked, but we still got our projects done with incredible attention to detail.
Great Management, good work life balance, shuttle to office from Boston, catered lunch, gym, great office
Business Development Manager, LATAM (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – 17 May 2018
Innovative, passionate, fearless, creative, driven, and adaptable. Our core values are at the heart of who we are. We have a spontaneous and vibrant culture, and we truly believe in team spirit and collaboration.