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  • At http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCbV, we’re looking for curious minds and bold thinkers to help us build the digital travel platform of tomorrow. We’re a diverse community of explorers and experimenters, shaping the future of travel. Let’s #expandhorizons. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCbz

  • A note from Booking.com about COVID-19 In these uncertain times, our greatest concern is for the safety and security of our customers, partners and colleagues. We are closely monitoring the situation, including announcements and instructions from the WHO and relevant local authorities, so that we can help support those impacted. To protect our community during this time, we’ve made some updates to our hiring plans and practices. We put together some FAQ to help articulate what’s changing. https://careers.booking.com/covid

  • Last week, Prime Minister Rutte stopped by our headquarters in Amsterdam to learn more about our latest product innovations and how we're shaping the future of the travel industry. He also found time to take part in an interactive Q&A session with an excited http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZq2 audience, discussing everything from Brexit to sustainable tourism. It's not everyday you get to speak directly to the Prime Minister! Thanks for the visit, Mr Rutte.

  • 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.

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