CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – leesburg, va – April 1, 2015
I would re-stock the shelves and ring out the customers. Learned time management, how to order special items for customers and complete projects without help of others. the most enjoyable part of my job was the interaction with customers and having regulars come visit me.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Flemington, NJ – February 5, 2015
MY day started the same every day, it's not a company when you have the chance to climb. I learned so much that I could have been a manager but refused many times. The people I worked with is like another family from home. They are my good friends, and we made a good team player! The hardest .....if I were to be a manager, learning that whole process would be a huge challenge.
we had pot luck every month with different themes to have fun!
manager(s) need to be a little understanding when the associate has an issue at home
Sustainability Specialist India (Former Employee) – IN – December 18, 2014
My main aspiration is to improve workplaces and communities by developing and implementing socially responsible and environmentally sustainable standards in the supply chain and communities which I could accomplish in Timberland to an extent.
It was always busy at Timberland because it is located at the outlets on I-Drive. Management is good, some of the managers are horrible but for the most part they are good. Some of the co-workers were just rude but youll find some good people that work there.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP AND CASHIER (Former Employee) – Lancaster , PA – September 15, 2014
Customer Service is awesome when you truly believe in what you are selling and you have wore or experience their value. Its great working in a place where you met people from didn't countries and stories, not only meeting them but getting a glimpse of their personal style and having an effort on their choice. Its just fun as well as sharing the sell and bringing in a co- worker to experience a little of the culture shock with you. Mangers don't fall short of excitement as their themselves love that in the Customers travel to the USA the wished to stop by at Timberland and shop. The smile of our Customer face with such excitement and satisfaction is the world to me and definitely makes my day.
Was surprised the store closed just after working there for a little under a year upper management was rude , wasnt accurate on their information. My store was full of life . Timberland offers alot of professionalism and product knowledge. Their products are bonded and good.
free products, discounts to multiple companies associated with the company.
A typical day at work for me starts by putting all the incoming merchandise where it belongs, after that I'm in charge of the cashier and also assisting customer finding the items that they are looking for. Before end of my shift I'm in charge of cleaning the store, folding clothes and putting each item where it belongs
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
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Central Valley, NY – February 20, 2014
My job at the moment is at the warehouse. I work with an associate, and work on getting the right material to the store for success. The store is up beat, with high volume and people from all over the world shopping. It is a great atmosphere, but training is difficult. My co-workers are very nice and I get along with them all.