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TJX is the leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in the U.S. and worldwide, with four global home offices, seven brands, and over 4,800 stores in nine countries, and six distinctive branded e-commerce sites. As Associates, we make a difference with our contributions—collaborating in delighting shoppers with hidden treasures.


At TJX, honesty, integrity, and treating each other with dignity and respect matter.  We offer great opportunities, an incredible culture, and a sense of excitement for the future. Every day is a new adventure, a fresh chance to experience retail. We’re not afraid to stand out. Stand apart. Stand for something.
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Brand + Fashion + Price + Quality = TJX

Our customers come to TJX stores for great value on ever-changing selections of high-quality, fashionable, brand name, and designer merchandise at prices generally 20 to 60% below full-price retailers’ (including department, specialty, and major online retailers) regular prices on comparable merchandise, every day—without engaging in promotional pricing activity like sales, coupons, or other tactics.
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The thrill of discovery.

We tell our customers, “If you love it, grab it!” Rather than buying seasonally, we have high-quality, fashionable, brand name, and designer merchandise arriving in our stores several times a week. Our store managers often don’t know what’s coming until we throw open the delivery truck doors. And, our e-commerce sites add new items almost daily.
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Entrepreneurial and opportunistic buyers, always on the hunt.

Our merchandising teams work to anticipate consumer buying patterns and product trends, and plan how to distribute merchandise to stores worldwide. Our buyers are opportunistic and entrepreneurial, hunting throughout the year for the hottest brand name and designer merchandise for the entire family and home.
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Key Highlights

*Numbers are as of January 29, 2022 which was the end of the Company's fiscal year




brands and 6
e-commerce sites


Associates worldwide


countries on 3 continents


100 Company


Our merchandise is ever-changing and the sense of wonder never-ending at the stores our customers love.
Discover an ever-fresh array of fashionable and brand name apparel, home fashions, and more. T.J. Maxx differentiates itself from Marshalls with an expanded assortment of fine jewelry and accessories, and in some stores, The Runway at Maxx, a high-end designer department.

T.J. Maxx was founded in 1976, and together with Marshalls in the U.S., forms Marmaxx, the largest off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. With stores across the U.S., including Puerto Rico, T.J. Maxx also operates an e-commerce site,, launched in 2013.
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You’ll love our amazing assortment of high-quality apparel, home fashions, beauty, and more. Marshalls differentiates itself from T.J. Maxx with a full line of family footwear and an expanded men’s department.

Marshalls was acquired by TJX in 1995, and together with T.J. Maxx, forms Marmaxx, the largest off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. Marshalls has stores around the U.S., including Puerto Rico. Marshalls also operates an e-commerce site,, launched in 2019.

Marshalls launched in Canada in 2011. Marshalls in Canada offers an expanded dress department, and The CUBE, and exciting junior's department, to help differentiate Marshalls from our Winners chain.
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At HomeGoods, you don’t go shopping, you go finding. Find an eclectic selection of home fashions from around the world, all at amazing prices. HomeGoods offers an ever-changing mix of merchandise, including furniture, rugs, lighting, soft home, decorative accessories, tabletop, cookware, and much more. The HomeGoods shopping experience complements its sister retail banner in the U.S., HomeSense, with differentiated departments like children’s, pet, and gourmet food.

Introduced in 1992, HomeGoods operates in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. This chain has both a standalone and superstore format, which couples HomeGoods with a T.J. Maxx or Marshalls. 
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Discover aisles of unexpected finds from around the world and an ever-changing selection of top brands all with genuine value. HomeSense  in the U.S. offers a shopping experience that complements its sister retail banner, HomeGoods, with expanded departments such as furniture, rugs, lighting, and art, as well as new departments, like a general store and an entertaining marketplace. HomeSense launched its first stores in the U.S. in 2017. 

​​​​​​​ HomeSense introduced the off-price home fashions concept to Canada in 2001. This chain operates in both a standalone and superstore format, which pairs HomeSense with a Marshalls or Winners store, and carries basics and home décor, including furniture, lighting, accessories, wall décor, rugs, seasonal home merchandise, and more.

HomeSense introduced the off-price homeware concept to the U.K. in 2008, and to Ireland in 2017. This chain operates in both a standalone and superstore format, which pairs HomeSense with a T.K. Maxx store, and carries home basics and home décor merchandise including items for the living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, bedroom, and outdoors, as well as gifts.
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Get active and outside with incredible savings on apparel, footwear, gear, (including sporting goods, snow and water sport, camping, fishing) for the whole family, as well as home fashions and pets from Sierra. It doesn’t matter if you’re an avid hiker, aspiring runner, occasional yogi, or dog walking enthusiast—Sierra has epic savings on everything you need to get out there.

Originally named Sierra Trading Post, Sierra was acquired by TJX in 2012 and launched its e-commerce site in 1998. The retail chain rebranded to Sierra in 2018.
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Uncover great values, fashions, and brand names at Winners, including family apparel and footwear, accessories, home décor, beauty products, and other amazing merchandise. Select stores also offer jewelry and some features like The Runway at Winners, a high-end designer department.

​​​​​​​Winners was acquired by TJX in 1990. Winners, along with HomesSense and Marshalls in Canada, comprise TJX Canada.
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Discover great values on a rapidly changing, eclectic treasure hunt of top brand family apparel, as well as home fashions. Some stores feature Gold Label, where customers can find fashion and accessories from high-end designer labels, or the Mod Box, a department specifically for younger customers.

Launched in 1994, T.K. Maxx introduced off-price retailing to the U.K. and Ireland and is the only brick-and-mortar, off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions of significant size in Europe. T.K. Maxx expanded into Germany in 2007, Poland in 2009, and Austria and Netherlands in 2015. In addition to its stores, T.K. Maxx also operates its e-commerce site,, in the U.K.

In 2015, TJX acquired Australian off-price retailer Trade Secret, which opened its first store in 1992.  In 2017, TJX launched T.K. Maxx in Australia when it converted Trade Secret stores to the T.K. Maxx banner.  

T.K. Maxx is part of TJX International.

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We remain committed to acting as a responsible corporate citizen by investing in our Associates and our communities, being mindful of our impact on the environment, and operating our business ethically.
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Our workplace

We strive for a workplace where our Associates feel welcome when they walk in the door; valued for their diversity of thought, background, and experience; and engaged with our mission to deliver great value to our customers every day.
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Our communities

We aim to deliver great value to our communities by helping vulnerable families and children access the resources and opportunities they need to build a better future.

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Environmental sustainability

We are committed to pursuing initiatives that are environmentally responsible and smart for our business. To help mitigate our impact on the environment, we focus our efforts in three areas: climate and energy, waste management, and responsible sourcing. 
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Responsible business

Operating ethically is part of our DNA and helps us deliver value to our customers, foster merchandise-vendor relationships, and create long-term value for our shareholders. And speaking of vendors, we expect them to uphold the high ethical standards embodied in our Vendor Code of Conduct and social compliance program.

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Key Highlights

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of people in managerial positions globally are women
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of promotions globally were earned by women
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of managerial positions in stores and field offices were filled by internal promotions
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attendance in Global Leadership Curriculum courses since 2017
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meals provided
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young people provided access to educational opportunities
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donated for healthcare research and patient care
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domestic violence services provided
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Source 100% renewable energy in our operations by 2030 
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score received in the CDP Climate Change Information Request
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Shift 100% of the packaging for products developed in-house by our product design team to be reusable, recyclable, or contain sustainable materials by 2030
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of our Board Members are independent
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of Board Members are women and/or self identify as a member of an underrepresented group
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audits either conducted by TJX's third-party auditors directly or accepted from accredited sources in Fiscal 2022
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of compliance training sessions held across the globe over the last five years
  • Items accomplished in this section denote TJX's Fiscal Year 2022 (ended January 29, 2022).
  • Managerial positions are defined as Assistant Store Manager (or equivalent level) and above.
  • Data on ethnic and racial diversity is for the U.S. only. "People of Color" includes, consistent with definitions used by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, these racial and ethnic categories: Black or African American; Hispanic or Latino; Asian; Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; American Indian or Alaskan Native; and Two or More Races. 
  • Some reductions from FY20 to FY21 were partially driven by temporary store closures due to COVID-19—in particular, energy use, business travel, waste generated, and training sessions.