T.K. Maxx Reviews

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  • Good place to work, pays well, lovely people, very helpful and caring

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at T.K. Maxx full-time (Less than a year)

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    get to do a variety of different things so the day goes really quick, lovely co workers and managers, great staff room, good pay, full training, very helpful


    lots of standing, when your in a department it's hard to keep it clean as it gets really messy, having to page over a loudspeaker is scary, hard to get your tasks done sometimes because you have go go from place to place and still do your own tasks. Is jumping on and off tills, clearing changing rooms but still expected to maintain your own department

    Advice to Management

    our managers are all lovely people. They are fair and consecrate and helpful,they take time to get to know you.
    My advice would be maybe give is personal bleepers instead of having to page over a loudspeaker because we all find that scary

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    Sales Associate Interview

    Anonymous Employee
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online – interviewed at T.K. Maxx in April 2015.


    I applied online and was sent an email inviting me to an interview the following weekend with the day/time and where the interview was being held. I applied for a new store that was opening so the interview was held at a T.K Maxx in the local area.
    When I arrived I was shown to a room with other people who were there for an interview. We sat at tables in 4's and various managers gave presentations on customer service. We were then told that we had half an hour to fill out a set of scenario questions that were on the table in front of us. There were about 10 scenarios to complete and each had statements you had to tick for which you most agreed with and then a box underneath so you could explain why you chose this answer, this part was done in silence. There was a certain score you had to get on this to be able to be given an interview, they were marked straight after everyone completed the questions. If you passed this, the interview itself was a one to one and was very simple with general questions about past experience and skills.

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    • What skills have you learnt from past experience that would help you with working at T.K Maxx   1 Answer

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Website www.tkmaxx.com
Headquarters Watford, United Kingdom
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Arcadia, ASDA, Primark

T.K. Maxx takes bargain-hunting to the max. A subsidiary of US-based TJX Companies, T.K. Maxx is a leading off-price retailer in Europe. Launched in 1994, T.J. Maxx operates more than 300 stores in the UK and Ireland, and now Germany and Poland. The stores, which measure about 32,000 square feet, sell steeply discounted designer and brand-name apparel, footwear, and accessories for men, women, and children; toys; sporting goods; furniture and assorted housewares, among other things. T.K. Maxx has been expanding its footwear and accessories departments. The fast-growing... More

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