Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 24, 2016
I love this company! I was recruited by the store and area manager, which were two very passionate and motivated individuals, to become a part of a new store opening. There was so much support and effort put towards the quality of our team, and I can surely say I've learned so much working for this company. Daily operations consist of associate training, inventory control, merchandising and so on.
Great benefits, quality training, unlimited support
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Milpitas, CA – December 12, 2016
Been working for Timberland around 1 year now I went through 3 different store managers 2 of which I became close to and 1 who I only worked for, for about 3 months. One thing I can say is that it's a nice chill place to be the associates are cool and the management is laid back. Management on the other hand sometimes get too comfortable they start to get a bit lazy but when it comes to the get down they grind to do more than what they need to. Overall great company great people
Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – Barstow, CA – January 28, 2017
A typical day of work: a lot of straightening up the store from all the costumers that came in. What I learned: how to help all different types of costumers and how a clothing store is run. Management: the management was amazing and I'm glad I got to work with them. The hardest part of the job: trying to understand and help the travelers who spoke different languages. The most enjoyable part of the job: the amazing people I worked with. There was never a dull moment.
Great place to work, good energy and a phenomenal team.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 23, 2017
Working at Timberland equips one with tools of efficient social interaction and patient comprehension of clientele. My team is very dependable and together we work with and through any tasks or challenges because it all takes place in a space that only wants you to grow.
Yard Secretary (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 2, 2017
In a typical day I would print out layouts to give to the shop so they can begin assembling wall panels. I would also do scheduling for the shop. I learned about the production of wall panels and how to schedule better.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – September 13, 2016
I enjoyed working with this company. The store i worked for felt like family to me. The company was always trying to grow and when we hit milestones everyone was congratulated. They make sure that the staff knows how to do pretty much everything and knows the product very well. And everyone wore the shoes so we knew the pros and cons from experience.
packaging (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – November 14, 2015
it is a good job for someone looking for a starter job. they don't provide any benefits or anything unless hired full time whitch is very rare to get on. you don't get any pay raises no matter how long you work there and you get laid off very frequently
Great discount on their products (boots clothing, etc.). Awesome management and a professional work environment
Lead Computer Operator (Former Employee) – Stratham, NH – June 19, 2015
Timberland was my favorite company I have worked for. The work environment was always professional and extremely pleasant. The management was very respectable as well as my coworkers. The only reason I left the company was because I was concerned for my job since the company filed chapter 11 shortly after I started with the company.
Great work environment. Loved the people I worked with
Ware House Worker (Current Employee) – NY – January 13, 2013
my typical day at work would be i get a pick list of what the stores needs,we box it up and bring it to the store.ive learned strong leadership builds character in which ive always known.the management team trys there very best to provide good customer service,and my co-workers are very hard workers in which we pull together to get things done.the hardest part of the job is that its frustrating sometimes that management dont make sense sometimes in the discisions they make.and last but not least,the most enjoyable part of my day is that i look forward to the people i work with.
This company is very professional and humble at the same time. for a retail company the benefits are extremely rewarding. they provide product knowledge and training and it is very thorough. I enjoyed meeting so many wonderful people while working for Timberland company. They are very passionate about their product. I had the opportunity to work with them for 6 years and I worked my way from part time to management.
Assistant Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Freeport, ME – March 13, 2014
Selling culture. That's what your mission at Timberland is. A first class store environment and excellent customer service make it the utmost experience for the customer. Building a loyalty to the brand one pair of work boots at a time. If you didn't know how to sell, you were taught. Being approachable and knowing how to ask for the sale were key. Yes, restocking and cashiering were important as well, but customers were the number one priority.
Relaxed dress code, free shoes, great discount, excellent benefits package