Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at TJX Companies
- Allocation Analyst (20)
- Corporate Merchandise Training Program (20)
- Sales Associate (17)
- Intern (5)
- Assistant Store Manager (4)
- Merchandise Associate (4)
- Senior Financial Analyst (4)
- Corporate Merchandising Training Program (4)
- Merchandising Development Program (4)
- CMTP (3)
- Associate (3)
- Buying (2)
- Buying Intern (2)
- Senior Technical Analyst (2)
- Internship (2)
- Merchandise Assistant (2)
- Assistant Manager (2)
- Store Manager (2)
- Finance (2)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (2)
- Investigator (2)
- Distribution Center Supervisor (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Loss Prevention Detective (2)
- Manager (2)
- Merchandise Development Program (2)
- District Manager (2)
- Corporate Merchandising Internship (2)
- Buying and Merchandising Graduate Schemes (1)
- Field Support Role (1)
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at TJX Companies.
Very disorganized interview process. It started strong with a 30 minute preliminary phone screening interview.
The next step was a day on on-site interviews with multiple interviewers. I was informed that whoever conducted my initial phone screening was out of office and never passed along any notes of the interview, so an HR rep had to give me the exact same 30 minute interview again. All the questions were exactly the same. I was also told to fill out a comprehensive employment form, however, the HR interviewer then proceeded to ask me very basic questions, even though all my information was right in front of her on the employment forms in her hand. Overall, extremely redundant and a waste of time.
An HR coordinator brought me from interviewer to interviewer. The HR coordinator was a bit odd and shared some personal anecdotes; I'm sure she was trying to be nice to it bordered on oversharing. After 4+ hours of interviews, I was never offered water or a bathroom break. The case questions were basic and mostly centered around logistics and "why retail?"
The overall interview process was so disorganized, particularly given that this is a large, established corporation. It made me question the organization and environment of the company as a whole and I really lost any desire to work for the company.
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Interview process was just too disorganized.