At trivago, all newbies are matched with a buddy to show them around, help them get started and make them feel welcome, including a get-to-know lunch on Day One.
Posts in Humans
Humans make up 100% of the work-force at trivago (at least for the next few years…). Get to know some of our favourite mammals here.
Tania Mercado, from our Talents & Organization team, was recently interviewed for the brilliant www.grow-up.de blog about her position at trivago, and how a Talent Development role in a tech company differs from the more traditional ‘HR’ position. The original blog-post is presented in German, but we got our hands on the English version, just for you 😉 […]
Jorge Barrera, a former analytical mastermind at trivago, left us almost a year ago. So we thought we’d drop him a line to see what he’s up to now. Life at trivago: Hi Jorge, Nice to ‘e-meet’ you! let’s go back to before trivago. Where are you from originally, and what brought you to trivago in […]
When the Brand Marketing team were finding it difficult to cast an ‘ordinary-looking’ Indian actor, Abhinav Kumar stepped up. Eventually… Abhinav Kumar is trivago’s Country Developer for India, and it goes without saying has had quite an eventful few years since joining the company back in 2012. None quite so eventful as this last one […]
Alessia Scognamiglio had her whole life planned out, but before settling down she thought “Why not take a 6 month internship at trivago…”
Design Systems are like traffic signs, in their standardized function they can save lives. Built out of the core components of typography, layout, form and color they guide us through the world, they should include patterns in user flow, content, strategy, copy and tone of voice. You will see that they are all around us. Here […]
Starting a new job can be daunting at the best of times. When you move to an unfamiliar and foreign land for your new job, you need all the support you can get. We caught up with Jessica King, a Software Engineer from the US, who joined us in 2016, to find out more about her move to Germany.