A family with a passion for sustainable, ethical and eco-friendly farming in the Abruzzese mountains of italy. Amazing benefits, overall great company culture, but management within my organization was weak and unprofessional. After the first year, the company went through a buyout by Expedia and became rapidly hostile towards tenured employees of non-essential departments such as customer service since the Expedia umbrella company has plenty of customer service departments to place the burden of customer support on. Help in the house. We know one of the keys to HomeAway's continued growth is our global network.
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Free breakfast on Fridays and Pizza a couple times a month. Up to 5 weeks paid vacation per year. I do love it here.
They offer awesome benefits, fully stocked kitchen, amazing paid time off, and lots of activities within the building however I have felt stuck for the past 7 months. It was a nice lady back job. Most of us worked 8am-5pm. It was downtown Austin. The work environment was very friendly and helpful. Frigerator full of free drinks, and also free snacks in the break room.
Great company to work for! Fun office parties, fully stocked kitchen, company encourages growth within the company and personally. I have enjoyed my time at this company, it's got great coworkers and culture. However there's a few caveats you will want to know.
The opportunities for advancement are rare and they are extremely competitive due to this. There's little communication regarding changes and this causes confusion about any and all proper escalation procedures. Be ready to learn as you go because what training there is won't necessarily prepare you for what you need to know.
Most stressful, horrible job ever. As an employee at HomeAway, you are constantly berated and verbally abused by entitled, horrible customers. The company does not care at all about the user experience and only cares about profits. Horrible culture, insane micromanagement, and very high stress.
I was in the bathroom sick. They do not care about employees, only metrics. Your employment experience will depend entirely on your department and management. Internal competition is fierce with fractured relationships across many teams who should be working together. It shows in the disjointed product and brand. Executive management has created a challenging environment where very few can thrive; toxic leadership is allowed to reign freely with impotent human resources doing little or nothing to address the issues.
Until management addresses the pervasive dysfunctionality, this will continue to be a toxic environment. First year of employment was pretty great, culturally the company seemed to really care about the employees of every department. After the first year, the company went through a buyout by Expedia and became rapidly hostile towards tenured employees of non-essential departments such as customer service since the Expedia umbrella company has plenty of customer service departments to place the burden of customer support on.
Very demanding job with little room for advancement and lots of suspicious promotion behavior patterns. Terrible team feel, no room for promotion, insane metric requirements. No life-work balance, head of accounting expect you to be available after normal business hours via email, text message or Skype even during PTO or sick days.
Bottom line here is; if you enjoy a highly competitive job environment where people cut-off heads to move up in the corporate ladder, if you don't mind having no training to get your work done or if you like the feeling of being left abandoned in an island, then you are suitable for the job.
Excellent place to work. This company has one of the best workplace cultures in Austin, and they involve everyone in the work processes, and your informed every week about updates, etc.
Workaway International gives you the opportunity to work in the USA at world class Country Clubs, earn US Dollars, gain valuable international experience. Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations. Where. Search word or phrase (optional) Last minute listing | New listing Charity work Language practice Art project. 89 reviews from HomeAway employees about HomeAway culture, salaries, benefits, work-life balance, management, job security, and more. there is a pervasive burn-out culture here that has driven away a lot of talented people. Okay benefits, very good PTO, and pay is competitive for the area. no ability to work from home. raises aren't 4/4().