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  • Can you have a family and be a leader in technology? We asked Director of Security Engineering and mother of 2 Valentina Bonsi what she thought. As you might have guessed, her answer was yes. See what she had to say about balancing kids and career in our latest Planet Booking blog.

  • There's a new name on Forbes' 100 Most Powerful Women list, our very own dynamic leader, CEO Gillian Tans. At #43, Gillian sits above Beyoncé but hasn't quite reached the heights of the Queen of England. Yet. For a rundown of the full list, check out this article.

    The World's Most Powerful Women In Business 2018: Driving Change From The Corner Office

    When Mary Barra joined the General Motors Co. in 1980, the Kettering University co-op student worked the factory floor, inspecting vehicles at the Pontiac Motor Division. Little did the 18-year-old know her time on the assembly line would be but the first of many stops along a decades-long journey at GM, one that would ultimately make history.

  • We’re still growing in Amsterdam. Which means we need fresh faces and new workspaces to inspire them. That’s why we’ve collaborated with HofmanDujardin Architects on Bloomhouse – a cutting-edge office where your ideas can blossom into game-changing realities for online travel. Take a look around, then see if any of our vacancies match your profile.

    See what's blooming in Amsterdam: inside our new office - Working at Booking.com

    From tulip stalls to Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers', Amsterdam is known for its love of flowers - and the creativity they inspire. So where better for our newest hothouse of talent to sprout up than opposite the floating stalls of the city's famous Flower Market? It makes for a great place to work.

  • We believe diversity gives us strength. But diversity alone doesn't create a welcoming place to work. You need more than that. To tell us more, we talked to http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqeC's Head of Global Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging, Chuck Stephens. Check it out.

    Creating a welcoming workplace - Working at Booking.com

    Creating a workplace where everyone feels welcome and able to do their best work is no easy job. It's one that evolves over time and will never officially be 'done'. But that's ok, because it's both highly rewarding and vitally important. Why?

  • What does it take to ace a Booking job interview? It’s a question we get asked a lot. There’s never any magic formula, but we can definitely put our finger on a few common themes from the best ones. Check out these three tips from our recruitment team to help you ace your interview with us.

    3 top tips for a tip-top job interview - Working at Booking.com

    So tell me, what's your greatest weakness? When preparing for an interview, it can often feel like you've heard it all before. But there's always an extra edge to be gained on the competition, as long as you've got a bit of insider insight. As one of the world's largest travel e-commerce companies, we've conducted ...

  • On July 5th, our CEO, Gillian Tans and the CEO of BPD, Walter de Boer, officially broke ground on our new campus in the heart of Amsterdam. More than just another office, it reflects both our city's status as a tech hub and where we're going as a company. It will also bring together 4,000 employees and give them an inspiring, collaborative and inclusive space where they can do their best work. Check out this short video about our exciting new home.

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    The construction of the new headoffice of Booking.com has started!

    The new headoffice of booking.com will be situated at the Oosterdokseiland in the centre of Amsterdam.

  • Our #BookingBooster finale took place last week. Here's a quick recap: 10 sustainable tourism startups pitched for a share of €2 million grant money. And the winners were... everyone! With so many great ideas and well-made presentations, we couldn't let anyone go home empty handed. Congratulations to all our startups – what a night.

    Recipients of the 2018 Booking Booster Grants

    It's hard to believe the time has already come to announce this year's Booking Booster grant winners. While we expected great things, the pitches absolutely blew us and the guests (who packed in to Tobacco Theater) away with their poise, confidence and ability to answer the questions from the judges

  • Your career is one of those few times when giving something back results in you getting more out of it. Thousands of our employees use our Booking Cares programme to do just that. Check out The Muse's take on why a company that cares makes such a great place to have a career.

    How to Get More Out of Your Job

    Any company can make a charitable donation to a good cause, but a business that can inspire their employees to give back or volunteer is truly leading by example. Plus, it's an incredibly valuable recruiting tool.

  • Making sure our products open doors to a world of experiences, for everyone, everywhere - is the core job of our Accessibility Team. In this blog post, read about the team's challenges and wins, and the future they envision for our products and travel.

    Making Travel Accessible for Everyone, Everywhere - Working at Booking.com

    Here at Booking.com, we create products that open doors to a world of experiences, for everyone, everywhere. This means giving people information in a language they understand. It also means making sure our products are accessible to anyone who wants to use them. This is where our Accessibility team comes in.

  • We're proud to share an amazing milestone: out of 27 million listings on our website, 5 million of them come from homes, apartments and other unique places to stay. And we're not stopping there just yet. Our teams are excited to take on the future of travel, with the help of AI and machine learning.

    Booking.com boasts more listings than Airbnb (and its AI bot is rocking)

    Travel giant Booking.com says with 5 million "reported listings" it now tops Airbnb's reported 4.5 million. Booking.com also says the number of homes, apartments, and places it lists is 27 percent higher than last year. The announcement is part of the company's switch to "reported listings" - from "total properties" - in an effort to emphasize that it competes directly with Airbnb.

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