Easy job, decent pay, and a lot of benefits.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – September 22, 2018
I was hired on the spot and was able to start working within a week. I was put in AR/SR, which consisted of ticketing items, labeling boxes, and throwing them on the conveyor belt to get shipped off to TJ Maxx stores around the country. There's 3 different shifts you can choose from: A, B, and C. B Shift, which was the one I chose, consists of working Friday through Sunday from 5:00 AM to 5:30 PM. B shift. You can make from up to $14.45 depending on which department you work in. After your 30 days of training, you can get into the union, you get $0.25 added to your base pay, sick days off, paid time off, insurance, and many more benefits. You also get two discount cards (one for you and one for a friend or relative) for 10% off at any TJ Maxx store including the relative stores like Marshalls, Home Goods, and Sierra Trading Post. They have a cafeteria where you can purchase mediocre food and snacks (and it was kinda pricey.) Overall, working at TJ Maxx Distribution Center was really nice.
insurance, paid time off, sick days, discount card, paid weekly
on your feet all day, 30 minute lunch break, waking up super early (or staying super late)