Supervisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 3 November 2017
The culture is very diverse, work life balance is very supportive and encouraged. The executives are very friendly and encourage career goal and development within the company. In my opinion, the property development team is the best in the company, we are team that supports each other. In a typical day, I provide training and coaching to the lease specialist on lease abstracts, abstracts, NOL and other ancillary documents. The most enjoyable part of my job is assisting others with their leasing inquires and providing development support to my team. The hardest part of my role is during yearly review not being able to reward my team with the merit that they deserve due to the business restriction and communicating that to my team.
Winners (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 1 October 2017
team lead was mentally and emotionally abusive and a bully to associates beneath her And has a poor attitude toward new and training workers And was very loud and aggressive I made a complaint against her and nothing was done
Packager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 September 2017
i found people on TJX are friendly . I've learn few things on my first day. management is great, my supervisor was very helpful. the hardest part of the work was too walk around a huge warehouse but after awhile i will get use to it. TJX loves its employs. the company always have something to give away on break time.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 7 September 2017
Great company Lots of opportunity for advancement Good workplace culture Well diversified More care with training Typical work day: Flexible and fair schedule, you receive good support in all areas needed to run the store efficiently. Fair breaks given in a timely manner. Up to date information as to what to expect in the given week.
Working place envorment is friendly and feels just like a family members of each employee.
General Worker (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 July 2017
Working place is comfortable to carry on duty. Everybody do the responsibility without any supervision. Every person is friendly. The negative point is that does not have the evaluation of dress i.e the company does evaluate the educational background.
Store Manager/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 July 2017
Workplace culture is terrible, favoritism is too much among the managers including the District Managers. The worst time in my career was spent in the company. They never appreciate your hard work and dedication rather they would make you feel like they are doing all favors by having you there.
Merchandise Processing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 11 April 2017
I worked for TJX Canada for many years. Assistant managers are treated terrible, especially if they have a mind of their own. In my first couple of years at this store, I whitnessed the store manager make more than one young girl cry on the front line. Not enough staff to keep the sales floor clean and tidy. The benefits the company has to offer are minimal, they make it sound like they are doing a lot for you when they really don't. The culture with in the store was very poor, a great deal of drama, with management letting it continue. I did work with many very nice people, but very few seemed to get the proper training. It is possible to climb the ladder with TJX, but it comes at a high cost.
Coordinator and merchandising (Former Employee) – Brossard, QC – 4 April 2017
Comme une petite mafia, pour eux nous les employés nous sommes comme des esclaves, pas de respect, pas de humanité,,, la seule chose qu'importe c'est son le ventes à fin de la journée il y a seulement que 100 employés pour le deux magasins et en plus de faire notre travail ont doit combler des autres tâches , je veux dire un seul employé doit faire le travail de 4 ...
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 March 2017
Every day is different and brings new challenges which are stimulating. A typical day at work is about addressing the best way to present product and service to achieve the desired result .This involves planning and organizing,communicating, training and validation. It is rewarding to see ones efforts result in successfully achieving company goals. The organization provides excellent training and development programs and strongly promotes succession and advancement. The culture is guided by a strong set of core values one of which is integrity. The hardest part of the job is that you can't always achieve what you want to achieve in a day. The best part of the job is working with a diverse group of people as employees and customers.
Cashier Seasonal (Former Employee) – Durham Region, ON – 1 March 2017
A typical day of work at Winners is a variety of different positions of each shift. Working cashier you receive and process payments. Working change rooms you keep check of the clothing people bring into the change rooms and proceed afterwards to clean up after and put away clothes in correct places. Working on the floor your job is to make sure everything is clean and that all products and clothes are in the right spots.
Let grow your own trained and hire other then chinese in customer service manager position
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 February 2017
Lot of work to do need to schedule according to the need special near Christmas season they don't hire thier own coordinators as a manager probably dint trust thier own training prefer to hire Chinese or philipinos in customer service manager position and then employees suffer
Inventory & Packaging (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 August 2016
-warehouse -good environment -great management and co workers -long shifts - good income -lots of work to do so time goes by very quick -no interaction with customers -two 15 min breaks, one 30 min lunch break -lots of lifting and labor work involved -tiring and exhausting