At TJX, inclusion and diversity have been an important part of who we are for many years. We view diversity as inclusive of many facets—race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, experience, religion, perspectives, and more—and we know that a diverse workforce can help us to think creatively, remain agile, and, importantly, be true to our values.
We are committed to an inclusive workplacewhere the contributions of our diverse set of Associates help drive our success.
Every shift is an opportunity.
For Connie, Homesense has opened the doors to personal career growth. Surrounding yourself with motivational teammates and receiving clear feedback can help you reach new heights.
A place to build a career.
James appreciates that once people start working at HomeGoods, they tend to stay here a while, thanks to job security and growth opportunities.
Embark on a meaningful journey here.
Embrace growth- in all its forms.
What Rohan loves most about our business is that it's always evolving- and so is he. Whether it's moving up in the organization, expanding your team, or seeing Marshalls emerge into new business territories, we're never short on growth opportunities here.
Explore uncharted territory. Make your mark.
It's a powerful feeling to open a new store from the ground up, just ask Amanda. At Sierra, there's plenty of opportunity for a pioneering adventure of your own.
Inspire others by being yourself.
Braulio mentors a team of people from many different backgrounds and even leads a cultural group here. At TJ Maxx, diversity is not something we mark off a checklist, it's something we celebrate in many ways!
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1Managerial positions are defined as Assistant Store Manager (or equivalent level) and above across the Company.
2Statistics cited in this section are for TJX's Fiscal Year 2023, which ended January 28, 2023.
3People of Color includes, consistent with definitions used by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the following racial and ethnic categories: Black or African American; Hispanic or Latino; Asian; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander; American Indian or Alaskan Native; and Two or More Races.