Mission: Tyndale’s mission is, “to provide an enjoyable uniform experience by supplying increasingly personalized, coordinated and convenient flame resistant apparel solutions to leading corporations and their employees.
Tyndale provides a single-supplier solution for keeping workers safe, comfortable, and regulation-compliant. We deliver top-quality, arc-rated flame resistant (FR) clothing in managed apparel programs driven by over 30 years of FR experience:
Our managed apparel programs maximize bottom-line savings and service, as well as garment- and spend-tracking and reporting, all while expanding product choice and enhancing user satisfaction.
Our extensive catalog combines our own Made in USA FR garments with products from industry-leading suppliers to offer the industry’s largest selection for men and women.
Are you a hard worker, dedicated to a job well done? Want to help protect workers and promote safety? Interested in a career with a winning team, a family atmosphere, and competitive pay and benefits? Tyndale is looking for candidates like you to fill a variety of roles in pursuit of our mission to provide an enjoyable uniform experience to leading companies and their employees.
Each and every employee is selected because they are "smart, work hard, and get things done." Tyndale employs professionals at every level of the organization - people who are proud to contribute to a winning organization, dedicated to the safety of our customers, and committed to treating each other, our customers, and our vendors with respect.
Quality is woven into the fabric of Tyndale as a company. Our customers, our employees, and our integrity are as important to us as the clothing we supply. We are committed to:
I have been working at Tyndale Company full-time (More than 5 years)
I joined Tyndale over five years ago. I wish I would have started my career here 25 years ago. I have never worked for a company with more integrity or more customer focus. We also have a great group of executive leaders who are empathetic, caring, fair, and driven to be the best at what we do and providing the best experience possible for our customers. I have also seen our company double in size in five years which created opportunity for a lot of employees to grow and develop and several have been promoted. I care alot about my co-workers and I know the feeling is mutual. It is a very family oriented environment where the company respects a work/life balance and you feel like you have a second family here at work. I have also seen some amazing things where our employees and company have served the community. The examples are endless. Tyndale is a world class organization and a great place to work, contribute, and grow.
This is hard for me to answer because I don't see many of the downsides to Tyndale. If I had to give something I would say: having the success we have had has put a strain on people because some people have maybe a little too much on their plate. We are working through some organizational development to get things balanced back to where it should be.
Advice to Management
My advice to management would be to never stray from the core values that has brought us success: our customers, our people, quality, collaboration, and integrity. Also, continue to take care of the people that have been instrumental in our success and never give them a reason to leave Tyndale unless it's time to retire.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Tyndale Company.
HR contacts you via email or LinkedIn, schedules a phone interview, then face to face. I was personally messaged on LinkedIn by a recruiter and did not specifically hunt for this job. I interviewed first by the Manager who I would be reporting to and then the HR recruiter. Had to to an Excel test and then was shown the benefits package. After following up I found out that they were "torn" between me and another candidate and ultimately chose someone else. I was called back a few months later as they had created a new position of the same title and kept my resume on file, I thought it was a done deal. I had to do another phone interview this time with a different HR person, go in for another face-to-face interview with the same person and then manager above the interviewer. I am not sure what happened between the first time and the second time but I saw the job posted again after my interview so that tells me I didn't get it. An email advising so would have been nice. It is unfortunate as I was excited about the company, they do seem to care about their employees.
Veteran Hiring Commitment
Committed to helping America's military veterans find work
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce