I have been working at Marshalls part-time
Very flexible, friendly managers and coworkers, cross-trained in multiple departments so you can be scheduled anywhere
RAE DUNN SHOPPERS, employee discount is low, required to promote TJX credit card as cashier, given a script for fitting room. Customers will cut you off or be rude when you're asking about the card, and they'll be offended when you're counting items in the fitting room after they just told you how many they have.
Advice to Management
I know our managers have their own bosses, so this is more for corporate: please don't be upset at us and our managers when we can't get TJX. We try our best and it's mentally draining after 4 hours, let alone 8. We can't force people to sign up if they don't want to. As for the fitting room script, please get rid of it because customers take it the wrong way when we "make sure everything is perfect" for them. They act like we think they're liars, we're judging their fashion choices, or we think they're stupid.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at Marshalls.
There are two interviews, one to see if you're a reasonable person and then the second to pry deeper into your employment history and problem solving skills. It helps to bring a resume, because it shows that you made an effort and are taking the job seriously.
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