District Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – January 13, 2015
-A typical day consists of running dalily reports. Filtering information out the the stores and upper management. Meeting deadlines. Multi tasking. Handling customer and assoicaite issues. etc.(see resume) -I have learned how to prioritize work and stay organized. -The hardest part of the job is resolving customer service related issues. -The most enjoyable part to the job is planning events for the associates and managers to show our appreciation.
Sale Associate and Cashier (Former Employee) – Delray Beach, FL – April 26, 2016
it was a chaotic work place, because most of the cashiers would just play around. the management team was okay for the most part, a few of the management don't know how to communicate with the workers. the loved the opportunity to make most of the customers I come across smiled.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Ysidro, CA – April 20, 2016
This company only cares about credit card sales, but they need to start work on picking better management. They give no hours to people who aren't bilingual, Customers are shocked, outraged even when they learn your not bilingual, some will refuse to work with you at all and demand a Spanish speaker. It's madness!
My manager was an over grown teenager with an obvious eating disorder, she ran our store into the ground!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Hillside, IL – April 19, 2016
I liked that everybody was helpful when I first started working there it built my confidence. Another one of my objectives was to make sure the store was clean and organized at the end of the night and it simple once i learned every department.
Markdown/Fitting Room/Layaway Associate (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 18, 2016
My typical work day would be great until having to deal with unprofessional management. Being with the company I have learned a lot about the company while being employed with TJMaxx. The hardest part of my day is just dealing with rude people in general cause that's not who I am. I always try to have a smile on my face. The most enjoyable part of my day is when repeat customers ask for me.
Cashier-Customer Service (Former Employee) – Saint Albans, VT – April 16, 2016
Customer service, cashier, jewelry department. I learned about inventory mark downs, customer returns, credit line applications. I enjoyed working with the management that ran the St Albans department store.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – April 15, 2016
This job is great for those who are full time students as they are willing to work with your school schedule. But you're out of luck if you are looking for full time employment because their hours aren't as great.
Marshalls (Current Employee) – West Babylon, NY – April 14, 2016
The management is the worst when it comes down to it. The scheduling is always messed up as well. The expectations to payment ratio is completely messed up. You bust your butt everyday to make a small pay. Not worth looking around for a job in this company unless you won the lotto and want to waste time. Don't bother.
10% off items. Doesn't mean much
everything down to them counting the seconds of your break
Hours are good and coworkers who stay longer than a a few months are very nice and helpful.
Merchandise Associate (Current Employee) – Brookline, MA – April 14, 2016
Typical day starts at 7am and recovery(cleaning/repackaging) is done in your dept.Totes are then brought out and you restock your dept. Always making sure to be aware of customers and providing them with excellent customer service is a TJX company priority. It is also on of the most enjoyable parts of the job. The customers, with very few exception are nice, friendly, funny and a pleasure to assist. I have to say that it is my coworkers that are the most fun. You can always hear laughter in there and management always tries to celebrate holidays by buying meals and treats
Meals, Gift cards in recognition of outstanding employees
schedules are not regular, very strict regarding hours
Customer Experience Coordinator (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – April 14, 2016
A typical day at work for me is, if I open, I load the registers with money, and then I normally make the schedule for the day. After that I make sure that the front end is ready for the day. Throughout the day I stock the shelves, answer customer questions and complaints, make change for cashiers when needed, and answer phones. What I have learned from being there is being a leader. I was never really a leader until I was offered the job. I also learned that you can't please everyone but you do your best to satisfy them. I love my co-workers. I have great relationships/friendships with everyone there. It always makes a better workplace when you heave a friendly atmosphere to work in. The hardest part of my job is probably dealing with the lack communication in the building between all the managers. It makes it very confusing and very frustrating most days. The most enjoyable part of my job is learning new things all the time and meeting new people everyday. It keeps the days interesting.
free lunches every so often, free breakfast every so often
Customer Experience Coordinator (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 14, 2016
Each store has their own style of working. Each store has their own management. And each store has their own problems. What can work at one store, may not work at another and if you want and environment where you will end up loving your coworkers, you should work here.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 12, 2016
The store stayed really busy and got a lot of business. The thing I liked about the workplace is we were able to get things first and the coworkers were nice to work with. The management gave us free lunches at least every month.