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30 2014

TripAdvisor Throws First Pitch at Fenway Park and Scouts for Top Talent

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Working at TripAdvisor brings with it a lot of exciting opportunities. Earlier this month, TripAdvisor arranged an outing for a group of employees at Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox and city of TripAdvisor’s headquarters.

 

Lori, who heads up global talent acquisition for TripAdvisor, threw out the ceremonial first pitch to raise awareness of TripAdvisor’s efforts to recruit the best talent in the Boston area and beyond. For Lori the outing was a fun afternoon with her TripAdvisor colleagues and a chance to let Boston-area baseball fans know that the world’s largest travel site is hiring.

 

“Throwing out the first pitch at Fenway was an awesome experience to share with the group, and a great opportunity to make more people aware of the amazing career opportunities TripAdvisor offers,” said Lori. “We took this unique opportunity to let everyone know that TripAdvisor provides unforgettable experiences and can help employees achieve life-long dreams. From career development, a leisure travel stipend and free lunches to community service days, wellness programs and an accessible CEO, we have an exceptional culture and we’re hiring like crazy.”

 

The TripAdvisor team

The TripAdvisor team

 

TripAdvisor began in 2000 and is going strong, with over 2,000 employees in 43 locations serving millions of travelers worldwide. The company currently has open positions in engineering, marketing, advertising and sales, product, finance & accounting, and more.

 

Are you thinking of trying out for the TripAdvisor team? If so, go here to learn about TripAdvisor career opportunities and send us your pitch today.

 

Throwing the first pitch

Throwing the first pitch

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