1. "Slave Labor"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Compensation and Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Associate in Evansville, IN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at TJ Maxx full-time for more than a year


    Union, Insurance, Job stability if you can stand the job


    Union so have to build up seniority before you can transfer positions within the company, lots of work and push numbers for little pay, no training once so ever just hand you your tools and expect you to know what to do with them, they have they're own vocabulary which sounds kind of weird but as a waitress and coming into a warehouse knowing nothing about what I'm supposed to be doing its a little stressful when you are asked to look up the distro and match it with the P.O. and go find the gum for the order and oh by the way its in department FC (which is also an unmarked area) ????? What???? SO confusion from the very beginning...but that's not all after about a week of working there you find out how you rank amongst your fellow associates well of course with NO training and not really any direction you score very low so then they tell you this number must be up to a 100% within four weeks or they could possibly fire you.

  1. "Ok"

    Former Employee - Associate 

    I worked at TJ Maxx part-time


    Ok, ok pay. Ok hours. Good discount


    None that I can recall

  2. "Great people, but payroll can be disappointing"

    Current Employee - Sales Associate 

    I have been working at TJ Maxx part-time


    Great Co-workers, Fairly Easy Workload, Very Flexible Schedule, Weekly Pay!


    Payroll can leave you with very little hours

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