Mission: TOMS is in business to help improve lives. We identify global needs and create products to help address them. This simple idea is what makes us more than a company. We’re a movement that’s continually evolving. We expect a lot from each other. We remain ...
I have been working at TOMS (Less than a year)
I have been working at TOMS for almost 3 months now, and it has been an extremely positive experience. I'm told I came in after a time where morale was low and lay-offs unfortunately had to happen, so I was lucky not to have experienced that. My fellow employees that have been around for a long time say that the company is feeling the best it has in a while and everything is looking up. Free barista in the mornings, free work-out classes during the day, dogs all around the office. The best part though, is the team I work on. The entire team loves each other and is always willing to help one another. It's a very positive environment. I know that there are other teams that aren't as happy, so I feel very lucky to be a part of such an amazing team. The giving aspect is awesome. They're bringing back Giving Trips, and there are always opportunities to "give back" here, which is a great feeling. After a bit of a lull, I feel management is getting their "giving" vision back on track, and it will only get better. If the job you are seeking here is a part of the E-Commerce team, I HIGHLY recommend! Jim, the CEO, seems very involved and connected to his employees. He's always walking around and talking to everyone in the office, and is a great supporter of his employees' interests and goals. I haven't seen Blake (TOMS founder) much since I started working here, as he and his wife recently had a baby.
The only downside may be the pay. It isn't necessarily bad, but you're not going to make the big bucks at TOMS. I would say it's on the higher side for the fashion industry in LA. (of course, that industry isn't known for its big pay-off). Definitely not enough to be a deterrent from working here though!
I applied online. I interviewed at TOMS (Austin, TX) in May 2017.
It was a phone interview. Was told I would hear back for an in person interview. They asked me questions about TOMS and why I wanted to work there. Asked me how I felt about sales, and customer service.
TOMS 2017 Impact Report is in! THANK YOU for making a difference! #GIVE #TOMSLife
9.4 million + pairs of shoes
103,000 week of clean water
102,000 sight restorations
41,000 safe births
15,000 bullying support services provided
20,000 people with a year of solar light
Megan had been a long-time fan of TOMS as a brand, so taking the leap to become a Retail Regional Manager felt natural. WATCH her story on The Muse: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQL61
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