Lands' End Overview

Lands' End is an American clothing and home decor retailer founded in 1963 and based in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, that specializes in casual clothing, luggage, and home furnishings.
The staff at Lands' End come from unusually diverse demographic backgrounds. The company is 61.2% female and 26.6% ethnic minorities. Despite its diversity in other areas, Lands' End employees are noticeably lacking in political diversity. It has an unusually high proportion of employees who are members of the Democratic Party, at 71.4%. Employees seem to enjoy working in an otherwise diverse workplace that is dominated by members of the Democratic Party. Lands' End has great employee retention with staff members usually staying with the company for 3.4 years. The average employee at Lands' End makes $35,038 per year. In comparison, some of its highest paying competitors, like Anthropologie, Hayneedle, and Tiffany & Co., pay $42,920, $40,258, and $39,592, respectively.
Based in Wisconsin, Lands' End is a key player in the retail industry with 5,300 employees and an annual revenue of $1.3B.

Industry

Retail - Apparel & Specialty

Revenue

$1.3B

Employees

5,300

Founded in

1963

Headquarters

Dodgeville, WI

Website

www.landsend.com

Organization Type

Public

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The Team At Lands' End

Key People
  • Mindy Meads (CEO)
  • Publicly Company (owner)

The Culture At Lands' End

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High energy, self-motivated, ambitious and looking for a great experience.
Absolutely must have a passion for Digital Marketing!.
If you are passionate, enthusiastic, customer service oriented and fashion forward - Lands' End is the perfect fit for you!
Must be passionate about consumer marketing.

Lands' End Reviews

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What Do You Like About Working There?

There is a lot of room to grow your knowledge because IT Mgrs try to be Project Mgr's and they aren't trained. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

IT management is discombobulated. MGR's with 20+ yrs of experience are poorly trained in things unrelated to simply managing their teams, meaning they try to also be PM's causing so many "do overs". Directors hear something cool at a conference somewhere and then come back and set policy the next week without actually reviewing whether there is a true need or benefit. So much wasted $$, time and effort as a result. Year over year. When things start to go south, lower IT personnel pay the price. Also, the jobs are in Dodgeville. Remote is OK for some managers (until Covid is past). Plan on your mgr reversing course and moving you along when you say... "Wait... what?" or, prepare for a long drive. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Discount on Lands'End goods is 50%. You also get a discount card for Sears. Show More
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Technology, systems and processes are old... helping them grow and become more modern was awesome! Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Employees who have been there for more than 10 years are typically bitter, mean and resistant to change. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Discounts on clothing. Show More
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What Do You Like About Working There?

Snow days because you don't have to commute all the way to Dodgeville and it allows you to avoid all the toxic people. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The old timers that should retire are bitter and angry that the company is no longer the way it was when Gary Comer was alive. They cling to old ways. They hang onto decades of samples. They get a bit particular about hangers of all things. When they get bored they stir the pot and create disharmony. LE has far too many layers of mid management and the merchandising people are indecisive because they have too many lines per season and really don't have a solid grasp of their customer base. Training new employees and further education is not in the scope of practice. In meetings the most senior ranking person speaks and the rest of the team must be silent. You can't be candid and say something isn't going well in the pricess, your options are to lie, divert attention or ignore the question. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Sample sales are fun. Show More
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The flexibility of scheduling is the best part of working at Lands' End. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Lands End continues to hire new employees instead of giving long term employees additional hours. At certain times of year,we sometimes can be scheduled for as little as one eight hour shift. Also, there are very few "full-time" employee slots (which are only 32 guaranteed hours), and the only way a position opens is when someone quits or retires. Advancement is next to impossible. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Used to be product discounts, although now that Lands End is so promotional, customers can often get merchandise for less money AND free shipping (employees do NOT receive free shipping). Show More
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Lands' End Rankings

Lands' End is ranked #89 on the Best Retail Companies to Work For in America list. Zippia's Best Places to Work lists provide unbiased, data-based evaluations of companies. Rankings are based on government and proprietary data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.

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Lands' End Salaries

How much does Lands' End pay?
The national average salary for a Lands' End employee in the United States is $35,038 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $61,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $20,000 per year.
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Salary Score
Average Employee Earnings

Lands' End Salaries By Job Title

While Lands' End employees earn an average yearly salary of $35,038, different roles can command different wages. Some of the job titles with high salaries at Lands' End are Business Analyst, Art Director, Associate Manager, and Designer. A typical Business Analyst salary at Lands' End is $70,004 per year. Some of the other roles at Lands' End are Packer and Cashier. A worker with the title Packer at Lands' End earns an average salary of $22,465 per year.
Title
Average
Business Analyst
Business Analyst
$70,004
$70k
Art Director
Art Director
$69,550
$70k
Associate Manager
Associate Manager
$69,350
$69k
Designer
Designer
$63,173
$63k
Hooper
Hooper
$52,828
$53k
Art Consultant
Art Consultant
$50,081
$50k
Communications Coordinator
Communications Coordinator
$44,727
$45k
Design Coordinator
Design Coordinator
$44,135
$44k
Design Internship
Design Internship
$42,179
$42k
Embroidery Operator
Embroidery Operator
$41,135
$41k

Lands' End Careers

On average, employees at Lands' End stay with the company for 3.4 years. Employees most commonly join Lands' End after leaving Walmart. When they leave Lands' End, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.

Average Length of Employment

Lands' End

3.4 years
L.L.Bean3.0 years
Eddie Bauer2.2 years
J.Crew1.7 years
Top Employers Before Lands' End
Walmart20.1 %
Macy's5.5 %
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Top Employers After Lands' End
Walmart17.4 %
Kohl's7.2 %
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Lands' End Financial Performance

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Revenue

> $1B

Founded in

1963

Organization type

Public

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Lands' End Competitors

Based on our research, similar companies to Lands' End are Anthropologie, Hayneedle, and Tiffany & Co.. The average salaries at Anthropologie rank the highest, with their employees earning an average salary of $42,920 per year. The employees at Hayneedle earn an average yearly salary of $40,258 per year, and the salaries at Tiffany & Co. average $39,592 per year.

Frequently Asked Questions about Lands' End

When was Lands' End founded?

Lands' End was founded in 1963.

How many Employees does Lands' End have?

Lands' End has 5,300 employees.

How much money does Lands' End make?

Lands' End generates $1.3B in revenue.

What industry is Lands' End in?

Lands' End is in the retail - apparel & specialty industry.

What type of company is Lands' End?

Lands' End is a public company.

Who are Lands' End's competitors?

Lands' End competitors include L.L.Bean, J.Crew, Eddie Bauer, Orvis, 1-800-Flowers.com, Omaha Steaks, Sierra Trading Post, Neiman Marcus, Oriental Trading, Tiffany & Co., Hayneedle, FTD Companies, Saks Fifth Avenue, Williams-Sonoma, Coach, Pier 1 Imports, Buy Buy Baby, Banana Republic, Anthropologie, Cabela's.

Who works at Lands' End?

Mindy Meads (CEO)

Publicly Company (owner)

Where is Lands' End's headquarters?

Lands' End's headquarters is in Dodgeville, WI.

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