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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Ontario, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Ontario, CA

    I worked at Tumi


    Coworkers were friendly and management was great. Made working there a whole lot easier. A lot of opportunities to move up and they train you well.


    Worked during Christmas season and it was real busy. It was a bit difficult to help everyone that came through the doors.

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    The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Tumi.


    Recruiter contacted me via LinkedIn and scheduled a phone interview. Standard salary expectations and other general experience and finally a request for in person interview. In person interview was fine. The interviewer asked if I visited their stores and what was the experience like. The first question was describe your day to day at your current job.

    The follow up was a bit long. I sent thank you notes and follow up 2 times for an update. A month later I received the rejection notice.

    I'm sure their response is much faster with candidates that are moving along the process better.

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Website www.tumi.com
Headquarters South Plainfield, NJ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (TUMI)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Samsonite, LVMH, Coach

Tumi helps the well-heeled get where they're going in style. The high-end designer and manufacturer, named after an ancient ceremonial knife, makes travel gear (including suitcases and backpacks) and caters to corporate travelers with precious cargo, as the company has its own Tumi Tracer tracking system for retrieving lost bags. Tumi, which makes Ducati luggage under license, also offers laptop covers, wallets, belts, phone chargers, and other accessories. Its products are sold in the US and in 65 other countries through about 100 of its own retail stores, websites, and... More

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