Pros: great co-workers, dress code
Cons: poor management, poor hours
It was hard to be an employee with a company that doesn't seem to care that you have a set availability.
The typical day for me started early and was only a four hour shift. Being a single working mom on trying to provide for your child on a cruddy minimum wage job is hard enough, but when they only schedule you three days a week, four hours at a time, – more... it's not worth it.
Management was okay most of the time. Out of the four managers, the head manager was the only one I ever felt was unapproachable. He looked down on all of the associates.
The co-workers were the best (and only good) part of working at TJ Maxx.
The hardest part of the job was getting enough hours for it to be worth going to. I quit because they were cutting hours again and I couldn't work any less.
The most enjoyable part was getting to interact with the customers(most of the time). – less