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Priceline's success as one of the biggest players in online travel is all thanks to our incredible global team of over 16,000 people. We’re a diverse group of creative, self-motivated individuals with a passion for making travel easier, more affordable and more rewarding for our customers.
Our culture feeds on collaboration. Individuals work in small, multi-disciplinary teams where we encourage experimentation, communication and teamwork. Every employee must be strong in his or her area of expertise, but willing to learn new skills and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
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J'ai travaillé chez Priceline.com à temps plein (Plus de 3 ans)
Awesome people for the most part.
Great downtown office.
My experience with management was horrible, my manager frequently talked badly about other employees and management. When I brought these issues up with higher management nothing was done. My manager also had very poor communication skills and once told us the reason we weren't invited to participate in interviews was "there weren't enough chairs." Unfortunately, the managers here seem they were picked for technical skill/seniority rather than their ability to management
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Management needs to be thought of more as a position dealing with people rather than who is the most technically proficient.
J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. Le processus a pris 2 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Priceline.com (Etobicoke, ON) en juillet 2019.
First round video interview. Basic Java questions and coding exercise on shared platform. After you clear this they will give you coding test. Next round in person for 2.5 hours. First 1.5 hours questions on Basic Java and discussion on your coding exercise. They acted as the sweetest people on Earth, but they will be planning internally to reject you even if you give right answers. Next round of 1 hour they will ask you to describe in detail any of your past projects, Rudest set of people I have met so far. They were not questioning me on the architecture of the project I chose, they were just insulting me. And by that I literally mean insulting. They decided that the project I described was wrong from all aspects and it should be even exist according to them.
Of course I was to be rejected, I knew this from the interview. But the feedback they shared was shocking. I have 9 years of experience in Java but according to them I don't deserve to be a software engineer. I do not even know the basic concepts of OOPS like inheritance encapsulation.
I am surprised what the video interviewer found right in me that he cleared me.I am if I am going for an interview, I would for sure prepare the basic concepts if not the advanced ones. And they still feel that I was dumb enough to show up in their office without having any knowledge of Java .
Beware of them. They might demean you for you to be ashamed of yourself.
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