Tommy Bahama
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Tommy Bahama Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    佐々木貞夫
  • Founded
    2012
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Full-time
Assistant Store Manager

Calgary, AB

5 days ago

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Part-time
Sales Associate-Temporary

Port Carling, ON

20 days ago

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Floor Supervisor

Port Carling, ON

$16.50 an hour
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Floor Supervisor-Temporary

Port Carling, ON

30+ days ago

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Assistant Store Manager-Temporary

Port Carling, ON

30+ days ago

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Reviews

Sales Associate in Vancouver, BC
on 26 March 2019
Good for part time work
I enjoyed some aspects working for Tommy Bahama, I loved my coworkers and the free uniform and discount were nice perks. However, I would rarely get more than 5 hours a week, schedules were only made a week in advance and you had to call every week to get the schedule. Not a good system. The store would rarely be busy, it would get ridiculously boring. Also, none of the newer employees would get trained and the stores layout would change every week so every shift you had to learn where everything was.
Sales Associate in Etobicoke, ON
on 12 June 2020
Best workplace in my life!
I didn't have much expectations prior to the interview 2 years ago, which turned out to be the exact right things to do! Tommy Bahama is a place where I "boast" to all of my friends and relatives because of the management team and working environment! The managers are very friendly and supportive, all the while still being really professional. All my fellow co-workers are helpful and easy-going - which makes us a great team! There were some slow days, of course, but overall, this is my best working environment so far and I'm so blessed having a chance to work here!
Assistant Manager in Calgary, AB
on 21 November 2019
great clothing packages for Managers
Beautiful new concept store in Chinook, has great events and promotions, motto "make life one long weekend", perfect place to shop for a beach wedding or vacation
Sales Associate in Etobicoke, ON
on 11 March 2019
Great Staff Terrible Managers
I worked at Tommy Bahama for over a year. I was constantly coming in hours before openings, i was staying late and i was doing person runs outside of the store for the managers just to help take a load off of the staff. The manager was rude, and would constantly talk down to employees and behind their backs. Tommy Bahama management only cares about themselves and any sales associates are simply replaceable.
Sale Associate in Park Royal, BC
on 12 February 2019
the most boring job i have ever had
the customers have very very big expectations and the staff is rude sometimes. I worked in the park royal store and the manager (patty) is such a bad human being. also, they only do minimum wage but they have some benefits. I quitted because there are many retail stores in park royal and west van and so there is no need to go through all that pain and agony.
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