TripAdvisor Jobs & Careers in New York, NY

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14 days ago

Display Sales Manager

TripAdvisor New York, NY

based in our New York City office. What We Seek: • 5-7 years of experience selling online advertising with responsibility for an annual quota… TripAdvisor

15 hrs ago

Mobile Technical Manager, TripAdvisor Flights – new

TripAdvisor New York, NY

As the Mobile Technical Manager for TripAdvisor Flights, you will build and lead an agile engineering team to design, implement and deliver amazing… TripAdvisor

19 hrs ago

Senior Software Engineer, Computer Vision – new

TripAdvisor New York, NY is expanding and we are looking for someone to join our team as a Senior Software Engineer with deep expertise in Computer Vision and… TripAdvisor

18 days ago

Sales Planning Supervisor

TripAdvisor New York, NY

Display business – Sales, Planning, Ad Operations and Accounting. What You'll Do: • Manage the Planning team and enable them to support… TripAdvisor

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  1. 5 people found this helpful  

    So much potential but unhealthy work environment

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    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Anonymous in Newton, MA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Newton, MA (US)

    I worked at TripAdvisor full-time (more than 5 years)


    Fun subject matter, consumer recognized brand


    Poor talent management, micro-management from the top leads to lack of empowerment, limited career growth opportunities, lack of integrity and honesty throughout management, very poor recruitment.

    Generally - the company is laughably out of touch with current employees and culture - just one read of all the HR responses on Glassdoor touting access to the CEO and that Trip still operates nimbly and like a start up highlights this complete lack of understanding ...It's NOT a start up anymore - it's a 1500+ person company, and the CEOs door is NOT open - and nor should it be. That's the whole POINT of management in large companies, something that Trip now is.

    Trip was once a great company but unfortunately, it has not scaled well. First step in solving this is to stop pretending that all 1500+ employees have access to the CEO to give feedback and stop implying that it's the employees fault the company is poorly run. Listen to the reviews and use the feedback to make some speedy changes to your people management.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create significantly more oversight of senior management to ensure integrity and honesty in upper ranks. Recognition for projects well done not properly distributed and not accurately attributed to key contributors creates mistrust and low morale. Invest in management programs to build leaders within the company and train current managers to professional status. Invest in support teams for your leaders.

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