Backcountry.com
2.9 of 5 67 reviews
www.backcountry.com Park City, UT 1000 to 5000 Employees
Backcountry.com – Salt Lake City – “Backcountry.com Distribution Center”

1996
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Retail
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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As long as the Internet's nearby, ski bums don't have to trek far from the slopes to get their gear. Backcountry.com is an online retailer of outdoor and backcountry gear through nearly 10 ecommerce websites. The company sells products for activities such as skiing, backpacking, camping, snowboarding, rock climbing, kayaking, and mountaineering. Backcountry.com's offerings include more than 400 brands, including Burton, K2, The North Face, Oakley, and Rossignol, among others. The online retailer was founded in 1996 by executives Jim Holland and John Bresee. Backcountry.com... More

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Employees say it's “OK”   67 ratings

2.9

41% Approve of the CEO   39 ratings

Backcountry.com CEO Jill Layfield

Jill Layfield

CEO

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Pros: I have been working for Backcountry about a year. During this time I have seen a lot of change, which no company Backcountry's size is isolated from in today's economy. The one thing I have appreciated most is the level of engagement and support… Full Review

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Manager

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$74,400
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Warehouse - Hourly

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Merchandise Processor - Hourly

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No Offer – Interviewed in Salt Lake City, UT Nov 2013 Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Interview Details – The process was quick because it was internal. I applied for the job and then maybe a week or so later I had an interview. The interview itself was fairly easy, just typical questions of "What would you do in this situation?" and "How would you fix this situation?" followed by general chatter…Full Interview

Interview Question:
The only real difficult question asked was "How would you change the stats in the call center?" I guess they didn't like my answer of "Change them from sales oriented to service oriented." Answer Question

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Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Award - Top 50 Medium Sized Companies, Glassdoor, 2014

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