Thread regarding Expedia Inc. layoffs


  • you'll be on payroll through end of December (or so) - it's basically 60 days from the day you are axed
  • benefits expire the following month
  • each year of service will give you a paid week. if you were with us 5 years and 11 months, you get 5 paid weeks
  • ESPPs are sold back to the employee at whatever price they were paid for (not current market price)
  • this is for the us based folks only
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Post ID: @OP+17wbGLJs

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When I was working at Expedia UK I was taken aside in early 2020 to to be told either I could accept very poor terms of redundancy (1 month of pay and 2 weeks redundancy when I was on 3 months notice) or be put under an"enhanced" performance improvement plan with likelihood of sacking for gross negligence - this after 5 years at the company with great feedback and no warnings about my work whatsoever. All clearly illegal but it speaks volumes about the type of employer it has become.

Post ID: @1Ptif+17wbGLJs

I know previous redundancies outside of this mass culls has been 1 month per year of service in UK. The first 3 years ex-gratia (not taxed) and every subsequent year taxed. So 4 years = 3 months untaxed + 1 month taxed.

Post ID: @1jee+17wbGLJs

Outside US its 1 month per year of service

Post ID: @1ffb+17wbGLJs

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