Okay, no joke but it felt like a fight for your life everyday at this company. Forklifts went ridiculously fast through the warehouse, I found myself feeling trapped in dark trailers and cold (winter), but when people gave you room to work, it was okay, and some of the guys were funny (most of the people in receiving are men, presumably because of the lifting requirements)..., yet that was also annoying to some and you could tell some people wanted to work and some didn't. Timing at TJX was difficult. Christmas season was crazy, and they were letting go of people as the season went on. I was hired as full-time yet still got cut despite learning multiple departments and showing initiative. I really wanted to be with this company for longer than I was, but the environment really started to mess with me so I am glad I've moved on. If you choose to work there, make sure you have physical stamina for your department. It's no joke that 8 hours of moving merchandise will weigh on you.
Lots of transit options nearby, lots of water coolers near work stations, unionized
Strange and strict break rules, quite ~cliquėy