Leaving Expedia Bellevue - kind of leaves that cash out?

Expedia RslS72
Jun 8 14 Comments

I have heard that all kinds of unused leaves (medical, personal, etc) are forfeited when you leave Expedia - no cashing out, at least for Washington state residents. But want to confirm if anyone knows for sure.

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  • Expedia JzhS85
    Since most teams don’t record used vacation time, it’s a use it or lose it policy.
    Jun 8 0
  • Expedia legitly
    My understanding as well, once we transitioned to use it or lose it several years ago.....
    Jun 8 0
  • Expedia Hey!!!!
    Yes that is the case. Expedia won’t work on the concept of accrued vacation. It’s use it or loose it..
    Jun 8 0
  • Expedia kIOr63
    Yes
    Jun 8 0
  • Microsoft no-sql
    Hi , I wanted to get some insight about Expedia. I am 8 years experience and looking for Expedia as my next venture. I am planning to interview for senior, or lead swe role in Expedia. How’s interview process, hiring bar, salary, tech stack, bonus, Rsu,growth in Expedia. Choosing Expedia as it has significant presence in Bellevue (as hq is here) and I like Expedia travel experience.
    Jun 9 3
    • Expedia JzhS85
      Expedia is moving to Seattle later this year. Won’t have a presence in Bellevue anymore
      Jun 9
    • Microsoft no-sql
      How’s commute to Seattle from Bellevue. Do we have to use public transport?
      Jun 9
    • Expedia JzhS85
      That’s up to you. Drive, transit or shuttles
      Jun 11
  • Oath Atinlay2
    Ask where you “heard” it!
    Jun 8 3
    • Expedia RslS72
      OP
      So is it not true?
      Jun 8
    • Oath Atinlay2
      What makes you think it wouldn’t be? If you leave on your own, you forfeit a lot.
      Jun 8
    • Expedia RslS72
      OP
      Sure..not saying that it should be one way or the other..just asking for confirmation of anyone knows for sure
      Jun 8
  • Expedia pancakes🥞
    Yes it's true. Just make sure u use them before you leave.
    Jun 9 0
  • Microsoft no-sql
    That’s weird, hearing such policy for first time
    Jun 9 0

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