Employee Wellness

To Our People, Balance is Everything

What's it like to be a Lands' End employee? Consider the personal services we offer, like dry cleaning pickups and an on-site market to make eating fresh easy. Or our quirky traditions, including lunchtime concerts, a corporate pumpkin patch and our annual bash, the Lands' End Jam. And don't forget the practical pluses, like emergency child care and on-site medical facilities.

Add it all up, and one thing is clear: Lands' End is committed to helping employees enjoy a rewarding, well-balanced life.


Healthy Living

At the center of this commitment: the Comer Center. This multimillion-dollar fitness complex gives Lands' End employees, retirees and their families access to dozens of programs—from nutrition and CPR training, basketball and swimming to knitting classes, prenatal care and martial arts.

Over the last 23 years, the Comer Center has furthered our preventative health initiatives, boosted employee morale and productivity, and even helped to stabilize our employees' health care costs. It's also an invaluable part of our culture and community.


Making Wishes Come True

Our people know how to pull together. Take our internal care program, Making Wishes Come True. It grants employee wishes throughout the year, through the help of department fundraisers and employee donations.

And when emergencies leave our fellow employees in need—as when recent flooding left 100 Reedsburg, Wisconsin, employees stranded—you can count on an immediate, company-wide response. Well, that and care packages.

Worth Repeating

“I love this job because I get to share in the joy of others.”


“A very hectic workday can be forgotten over a grueling-but-fun noon Circuit Class. You don't realize how hard the class is when laughing with your workout buddies!”


“I thank Gary Comer, in spirit, regularly for having the foresight to build and give the Comer Center to his employees. It is truly a fantastic gift.”


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