Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 15 April 2018
Basically it comes down to poorly managed operations and a completly falsified company value system. The DM is the exact opposite of what the company claims to “live and breathe”. Eating human defecate would be more enjoyable than being employed by TJX again
General Labourer (Current Employee) – 3165 American drive – 14 April 2018
I work as a team,I am friendly, I enjoy working at the place, I'm helpful to every associate who needs me, I am respect to the people I work with, I follow my rules and orders that are given to me, the tasks that are assigned to me I complete them on time.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 April 2018
Values are great. most staff are great. Management doesn't properly train, they never finish the modules. Maybe it was store specific though. The training would have been awesome if it was completed. Expectations are unreasonable. You are the only cashier for a 20000 store but are expected to do 10 other things during your shift. When you can not complete them because you aren't able to move from the register, cash was busy is not a legit answer as to why the other things do not get done. assistant managers were there 12 plus hours a day, but the store manager came and left on time. Great social comity and high OHS standards that are taken seriously.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 April 2018
This is an incredible place to work. You feel welcomed and at home. Lots of opportunities to grow within the company and they promote hiring from within which is a very comforting feeling. President is amazing all forms of management is amazing as well.
Customer Service Manager (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 3 April 2018
The culture is a happy one full of laughter and joy! Management encourages communication amongst themselves and employees and it makes for a good working relationship. Part timers and Full timers a like enjoy a good working relationship with Mngt team. Cloverdale Mall Winners
The team working at Winners is great, very friendly and supportive. Management is very helpful when problems occur. the atmosphere within the team makes you feel great which creates the desire to share a smile with customers.
Department ops manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga Valley, ON – 23 March 2018
This is a very poisoned environment. It stems from the AVP down to the department managers. The meetings from the top down are a one way street, You are expected to just do it and get it done. They have an on boarding which is a joke. As a manager or supervisor you have to watch the union they are constantly screwing you over. Let’s put it this way it’s like being in the military mentality . I was a manager for some time and it effected my health and family life.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 March 2018
Enjoyed working within this company . Work life balance is good and they treat the staff respectably and with dignity. This is a corporate environment but they understand doing business in Canada despite being g an American company.
Working at Winners and being in touch with customers non stop, taught me a lot about customer service and sales. I've been working as cashier and customer service for a long time; and I know how valuable customers are. The management taught us that customer is always first. The hardest part of the job is just the rush we get sometimes, but it's still fine. Working at retail and being in touch with people is always fun and enjoyable!
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 9 March 2018
Made lots of friends working here. You get to work closely with other associates, but some positions will put you in a box by yourself for 8 hours. Breaks are fair, but abusable for how long you can spend out back. Fine when you do it, but it will get on your nerves when other people don't return on time. My location is oftentimes understaffed, making it a stressful environment where not much gets done but helping customers.