All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by TJX Europe employees based on 202 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.9/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3/5
 
Company Culture:
4.5/5
 
Career Progression:
4.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4.5/5
 
Training:
4.2/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4/5
 

Open to the every day unexpected?

Hello, we’re TJX Europe.

Who? You might ask. But that’s OK, because while you might not have heard of us, you’ve probably heard of our brands – TK Maxx and Homesense.

What you probably don’t know is that we’re part of the world’s leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer – TJX Companies, Inc.

In 2016 it all added up to an annual turnover of $33.2 billion.*

But we don’t want to stop there. We’re excited about our opportunities for the future and confident in our ability to grow to be a $40 billion plus company.

Let’s go back to the beginning

Our story begins in the United States in 1977 with the opening of two TJ Maxx stores in Massachusetts. If you’re really interested in the history – including why it’s TJ Maxx in the US and Canada but TK Maxx in Europe – then you can read all about it here

The important bit is that we launched TK Maxx in Europe in 1994 and followed that with Homesense in 2008. The stores quickly became market leaders in a number of European countries.

We now have 547 stores across Europe as well as a successful online retail business. We’re growing at a fantastic pace globally and TJX Europe is one of our key channels for growth. This all makes TJX Europe the perfect place to launch your career.

Where we are

Our European head office is in Watford – just 20 minutes from London and half an hour from Heathrow.

Where we’re going

At TJX, we’re all geared up to expect the unexpected with an unconventional business model that means we’re ready to seize any opportunities. It’s something we train and encourage in our associates too. We’re an international business, so there are openings for your career in a range of different countries across Europe. Maybe even further afield. With our support, you’ll be perfectly placed to launch a truly international career.

So if you’ve lived or worked in Europe, or you have a real passion to increase your European exposure, then we’d love to hear from you to help support us with our journey.

We’re focused on our future. But we recognise that we can only grow by helping our associates to grow – so we’re equally focused on your future. At the same time, we’re confident that you’ll benefit from our heritage and forty years of global retailing experience.

All in all, this means we can offer you one of the most exciting and inspiring European graduate careers available – so come and find out how TJX Europe can work for you.


Number of Graduate Positions this year
Approximately 140 across our Graduate and Placement Programmes.

Total number of company employees
Over 198,000 Globally

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Locations
Watford

Contact Details graduate_recruitment@tjxeurope.com
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Contact: Graduate Recruitment Team

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, support, challenge.

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Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Allocation Analyst

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Assistant Merchandiser

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Senior Analyst

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Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser)

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Senior Analyst

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Industry: Retail, Retail (Business Management) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Allocation Analyst

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Industry: Retail, Retail (Operations) Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Retail, Retail (Business Management) Department: Merchandising Job Title: Assistant Merchandiser

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The ability to learn about the different areas in finance.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great colleagues, challenging work, opportunities to see and work in different departments, implication from management to our development and improvement.

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Industry: Retail, Retail (Sales) Department: Home

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Active

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Womens Wear

Industry: Retail, Retail (Merchandiser) Department: Menswear


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Application Advice:

Practice for the tests before carrying them out

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, approachable and a team player.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Do not worry about not having work experience in merchandising, they look for the right person and teach them the rest once your here.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Allocation Anaylst, Body + Bath (Merchandising) at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Research off price retail

Interview Advice:

Be honest and open, show interest and knowledge in the sector you are applying

Junior Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

It is challenging and practice is very important in terms of the online tests but they give you a good amount of time in which to complete them. I am an internal applicant so in that respect I would suggest that you get involved in everything you can, relationships are incredibly important in this business so the more people you know and more experience you gain will only help you as you build your career.

Interview Advice:

Again I would suggest you practice with lots of different people from different levels and jobs. Try and be as relaxed as possible and have some ideas (that you have thought through) and some of your achievements up your sleeve.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Senior Analyst, Active at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Don't just focus on academic achievements.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - it is more about if someone's personality is a cultural fit for the company, than qualifications.

Buyer Vendor Support Logistics Analyst, Logistics at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Prepare
Show them what you've got
Highlight relevant knowledge, skills and experience

Interview Advice:

Know the business model, Off-Price
Be yourself
Prepare

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be curious.

Interview Advice:

Relax and let your personality show. Research and shop in the company's stores and come to the interview with new ideas.

Los Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure you learn about the off-price model as it makes TJX very different from other retailers

Interview Advice:

Come prepared and just be yourself

Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, culture is so important in this business and you need to be sure this is the right fit for you. Ensure you are clear on what scheme you are applying to and what it involves.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do your homework about the business - go to our stores and ensure you are clued up on the business model - it is unique and not many other businesses operate this way in the UK, so it's important you understand what we are all about!

Country Merchandiser, European Store Development at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Take some time to understand what the company is about, the way it works, its history and its values. TJX isn't any regular retailer, so it's good to really understand the job you will be doing before applying.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself above anything else. This company has a big focus on finding the right personalities match, and isn't looking for your stereotypical stuffy accountant type! Show your inquisitive and interested side.

Finance Graduate, Financial Accounts at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you research the company as much as possible beforehand, and think of things about yourself which will make you different from other candidates, whilst also fitting into the culture.

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show your passion for the company

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and prepare the off-price model

Allocation Analyst, Merchandise & Buying at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be true to yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be chatty and outgoing.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Highlight your key skills and experience within a retail/team environment.

Interview Advice:

Be comfortable and engaging with the interviewer, don't be scared to just have a chat as being open and easy to talk to will get you far in this company.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Be personable and confident! Share your thoughts & have fun!

Senior Allocation Analyst, Shoes Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Showing excitement and interest.

Interview Advice:

Curiosity, asking questions and team working.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. Personality is super important for the Company, as well as relationships. Don't be shy, enjoy yourself, and show curiosity!

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Be open and honest. They are more interested in who you are as a person and if you would be a good cultural fit.

Logistics Analyst, Logistics at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be genuine and honest, enthusiastic and passionate
Exercise for the logic/maths/linguistic tests

Interview Advice:

Visit a store, and like something about it to be able to talk the interviewer through it.
1. company knowledge
2. plan for future
3. set back and success about one's own career/experience

Allocation Analyst, Core Merchandising / Buying at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

-Highlight international experience and multilingual ability
-In the video interview, be enthusiastic, positive and articulate - it doesn't matter so much what you say, more how you say it!
-Make sure you say why you want to work for this company in particular; maybe do some research..!

Interview Advice:

-Don't try to be the first one to speak, interrupt or disregard others. Teamwork is important rather than individual ability
-Don't be afraid to give an opinion
-Think about what you say and how you say it in order to earn the respect of the others in the team exercises
-Visit a TK store before your interview, have opinions on what you've seen and what you might change

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Prepare well for the Online Video Interview.
Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

A lot of competency based interview questions.
Think back to times you had to take over responsibility or show strength in emotional intelligence and talk about your experience - make it vivid!

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

The best bit of advice is to be honest and show your passion for a career in retail, as well as any experiences that you have that would be beneficial to this role. By giving these on your application the company can really get a sense of what you can bring to the business.

Interview Advice:

Show your true character and passion, enthusiasm is key to having an enjoyable interview experience.
Questions related to scenario type questions and how you dealt with situations. Also a few questions were asked about the brand and your awareness of current company campaigns and ideas.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Give yourself enough time to properly apply and think of creative answers to the questions.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and research the company beforehand.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Practice papers.

Interview Advice:

Research the company in great detail.
Understand the off-price model.

Alocation Analyst, Buying and Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself but show your interests as best as you can. TJX are interested in recruiting a diverse array of people and any way you can show external interests and experience are great.

Interview Advice:

Think about the big retail picture - I was asked about Brexit and what it would mean for the off price business world.

Think about other candidates at the assessment centre too. They are interested in how you work and communicate with others and this is a big company focus.

Allocation Analyst/Assistant Buyer, Merchandising and Buying Kids & Toys GM at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Properly prepare for the maths/English tests.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - they are looking to see if you fit into the culture.

Buying and Merchandising placement, Buying and Merchandising placement at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Foreign languages are appreciated. Knowledge of the off-price model.

Interview Advice:

Knowledge of the off-price model and the business more generally including competitors.

Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Share your opinions.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

have 3 fun facts about you ready

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

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Application Advice:

Learn what an Off-price buisness is.
Visit Tkmaxx and Homesense stores
Do your research.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, they hire people for who they are.
Think about why you want to work here, and don't give a generic answer, give an honest one.
This is not only the companies chance to find out about you but also your chance to find out about us and whether you would like to here. Ask questions and be curious!!

Loss Prevention Manager, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself, the company values individuality

eCommerce Payments and Fraud Specialist, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure you show you are interested in the company itself and in the retail sector - it is not just an understanding of Finance that counts.

Interview Advice:

I would say it is very important to be yourself. Do not try to play a specific role, TJX is looking for people with values that fit into the company culture.
The tasks at the assessment day give you a chance to show your personality and character, so just be as natural as possible.

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure you really understand the off price business model, and how that compares to full price.

Interview Advice:

Lots of competency questions such as:
- Tell me about a time when you've made a mistake.
- Give an example of a time when you have used your initiative.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Understand off-price model and show that you have shown flexibility and adaptability in the past.

Interview Advice:

Be open to change and be yourself.

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand the companies model.

Business Technology Graduate (Operations), IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Through each step, stay true to yourself and give your best, that usually pays especially at TK Maxx.
Make sure that you are prepared for some logical and technical tests.

Interview Advice:

As above, be yourself. Be confident in your skills and your experiences while being humble. That is how you are going to excel.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show your personality.

Interview Advice:

Understand the off-price model.

LP grad, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be curious, open and honest in what you want to get out of the role.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on TK Maxx and the off price model.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Focus on your abilities to build relationships and clearly demonstrate where you've been able to do this successfully in the past, on an individual and group basis! It's an enormous driver within our daily working life here!

Also, ensure that you try and demonstrate a desire for being extremely inquisitive. This will be absolutely integral!

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to take on a few challenging exercises and scenarios, which may require a bit of blue sky or 'out of the box' thinking.

More than anything, ensure that you've thoroughly researched what separates our business from our competitors and what makes us so unique as both a multinational retailer, business and organisation.

Business Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the process, work with other candidates not compete against them. TKMaxx values smart, ethical and honest individuals above all else.

Business Technology Graduate, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you know about and understand the off-price model really well before going for an interview!

Interview Advice:

There were lots of questions about experiences e.g. 'tell me a time when you demonstrated x skill'. There was also a question on the video interview that asked me about off-price buying and then a following question that asks about off-price merchandising. Make sure you know the difference!

Senior Allocation Analyst, Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Understand the off price model.

Interview Advice:

Visit a TKMaxx store and read up on the off price model.

Financial Analyst, Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and demonstrate examples to support all of your answers!

Interview Advice:

Show confidence with your opinion!

Senior Analyst, Merchandising – Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself throughout the interview process, TK Maxx are interested in your attitude and personality (still have to have the right qualifications), there is a big push here at TK Maxx surrounding giving any training that is needed.

Interview Advice:

I was asked how I would describe Facebook to someone from Victorian Times, but I know other people got asked how would they explain the cloud to a child.

Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Understand the role before you do the application.

Interview Advice:

Research the company and its business model.

IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Prepare for a potential interview! Keep those energy levels up, be yourself and have fun. It is a great experience.

Interview Advice:

Be sure to research as much as you can about the company, visit different stores. Let your passion for the company come through in the interview.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Research the company and the off-price model in particular. Think about competitors and visit the stores.

Interview Advice:

I was asked about competitors, brands and what my opinion was of the store as well as competence questions. They will also ask you about the off-price model.

Senior Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show that you're a team player and keen to learn.

Interview Advice:

Show passion, be yourself and don't overthink the questions.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! TJX look for happy, friendly people who want to enjoy the fun and positive atmosphere.

Interview Advice:

What do you know about the off price model?

Allocation Analyst, Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Allocation Analyst, Sunglasses, Jewellery and Watches at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be enthuastic. Having a good personality and being able to build relationships is key to this business.

Interview Advice:

You are being assessed all day so remain professional even in casual conversation.

Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Stay open minded.
Enjoy working in a flexible environment.
Have basic excel skills.
Understand the company and how it differs from other retailers.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and yourself!
Take the opportunity to learn as much as you can about the job role and company.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Practice the tests.

Interview Advice:

Honestly: be who you are!

Senior Analyst, Active at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Practice the tests before applying.

Interview Advice:

Be chatty and professional. Be very curious.

Allocation Analyst, Body Bath and Beauty at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic!

Interview Advice:

Keep calm, visit TK Maxx stores before the interview.

Allocation Analyst, E-Commerce at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Reflect on the company values and where you would fit into it. If you tick the values, show how in your application.

Interview Advice:

Think about challenging situations in uni or at previous workplaces and how you overcome challenges. Try to think about several work/uni situations when it comes to teamwork.

Senior Analyst, Home at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

To know the business and be passionate.

Graduate Project Manager, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, relax and have fun! Don't be afraid to speak your mind!

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself; as long as you are fun, have great communication and are willing to ask questions and get involved you will do just fine!

Interview Advice:

Come with examples to back up answers, they will ask you real life situations and events where you have dealt with certain situations.

Business Anaylst, Ecommerce at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! They choose people based on personality and cultural fit mostly.

Interview Advice:

Learn all about what Off-Price means and how TK Maxx works.

Business Technology Graduate, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show your soft skills.

Interview Advice:

Communication is key.

Business Technology Graduate, Logistics at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

The most important thing is that you fit into the culture and can fully identify yourself with it.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be honest and yourself.

Interview Advice:

Show your personality
Make sure you prepare!

Assistant Merchandiser, Dining Region 1 at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Research the company well! TJX Europe prides itself on it's business model and culture. Understand this, and everything will feel a lot more comfortable. If you are not bubbly, outgoing and happy with making & maintaining relationships, this is not the job for you.

Assistant Merchandiser, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

- TJX Europe accepts many differing degree backgrounds- do not be put off if you haven't studied fashion/ business.

Interview Advice:

- Be open and honest.
- Ask questions- be curious!

Allocation Analyst, Activewear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research on the off price model.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. They only hire nice people!

Financial Analyst, Business Planning at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be honest, have an opinion.

Interview Advice:

It's more about the way you approach things and your thought process than it is the answer.

Merchandiser, Ecommerce at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, individuality makes this company what it is! Don't be afraid to have an opinion and be supportive of others, the company thrives on developing people.

Interview Advice:

How do you deal with ambiguous situations.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be creative and show your passion for the company.

Merchandiser, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show positivity, a passion for the company and why it is different to normal high street retailing.
Curiosity and proactivity are two traits we love to see.

Interview Advice:

Research the Off-Price model.

Understand we are a global company.

Assistant Merchandiser, Intimates at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

Identify strengths and development areas.
If you are talking about challenges you have faced-how did you overcome them/turn it into an opportunity?
Be yourself, read up on the company before the interview.
Show passion.

Assistant Merchandising Development Manager, Merch Development at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Approach with an open mind.
If you're a flexible thinker, who enjoys a fast paced work environment, it's the right job for you.
Try and gain a bit of an understanding of the off price retail model.

Interview Advice:

Try and gain a bit of an understanding of the off price retail model.
Try to relax, its' not a stressful interview process.
Read up on the company before hand.
Have a passion for product and show it.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising and Buying at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Must display a passion for product, aptitude for maths and be a people person. Great relationships are an integral part of the company culture.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared to the interview: read up on the company and the off price model. You must have visited some of our stores and other retailers and be willing to share opinions about the differing in store experiences.

Assistant Merchandiser, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be curious and ask lots of questions, show your interest and do a lot of research about the company.

Interview Advice:

Drawing a lot from previous experiences, a lot of scenario questions.

Intern, Merchandising/Buying at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, have fun and be curious.

Interview Advice:

Have your own opinion.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Inform yourself about the off-price business model and be aware that the job requires logical thinking and the ability to analyse numbers.

Interview Advice:

Know the Company, its business model and where it is in the market. Be aware what effect the business model has on your future job role. Think of various examples in your experience where you had to embody different roles and deal with problems.

Allocation Analyst, Kids and Toys at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be nice, smiling, enthusiastic and curious!

Interview Advice:

Do your research about the company: competition, core values, BFPQ in particular!
Be nice, ask questions, show you are curious at any stage.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Research the company, understand the uniqueness of what we do! Think about what skills you can bring to the environment. Visit the stores and get a feel for what is different about them and the rest of the high street.

Interview Advice:

Know the off-price model. Visit multiple stores and think about the differences between them. What would you consider when thinking about how to ship a product to a store base? Be friendly, curious, ask questions and show enthusiasm!

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show your personality/individuality!

Assistant Merchandiser, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

At the assessment centre - be yourself as the company's culture is really unique and you should determine whether or not it suits your personality and aspirations.

Tailor well your application beforehand so you explicitly show what interests you being part of the TK maxx's experience. Visit some stores and familiarise yourself with our merchandise and what's different about us in the retail world.

Interview Advice:

You will have to perform a presentation at the assessment centre and you will have a choice of questions. Mainly related to the company. Do your research and you will be more confident speaker knowing some of the key facts about the company.

Research the concept of 'off-price' business model (essential).

Business Technology Analyst, Information Technology at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and engage people.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to show your personality and your social skills.

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Understand the off-price model and research the company well beforehand.

Interview Advice:

As above. The interview is fairly informal and there is opportunity to speak to with current graduates - come with some questions to ask.

Financial Analyst, Financial Accounts at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

In TK maxx it's not that important what degree you have done or what grades you have achieved, they're looking for people to fit the culture. First things first I would research the culture and model any answers to questions around that, that's shows you've done your homework.

Interview Advice:

They always like to ask at least one whacky question.
Mine was "If you were a road sign, what road sign would you be?"

Overall the interviews are really relaxed and I never felt that much under pressure whilst in them. Though I would say they ask everyone for feedback on you, keep your A-game on you throughout the entire process, if someone overhears you say something at lunch, you will be judged over it.

Stores Programme Analyst, Stores Programme at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Practice some of the basics and look for example questions online, for the application interview make sure you are yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, as long as you are a relationships person and know how to get on with people you will do fine.

PMO Analyst, Project Management at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - ultimately we want to see you for you - there is no point in putting something on. People see through that and it's not how you would really be in the work place.

Interview Advice:

Same as above.

Business Technology Analyst, Supply Chain at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Don't get too nervous as it is all quite relaxed and everyone is friendly.

Finance Graduate Scheme, Finance at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - focus on getting across the type of person you are as opposed to scripting answers on the company's performance etc.

Understand the culture of the company - there's lots of information on the website detailing with what a TJX employee looks like.

Interview Advice:

Mainly generic interview questions - biggest weakness, a time when you've lead, a time when you've been pushed out of your comfort zone etc. etc.

Be prepared for group tasks - be vocal and involved but not overly assertive. They are looking for people who can talk and communicate with others, not who can shout the loudest.

Senior Analyst, Accessories at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

My advice for someone interested in applying for a position in TK Maxx is to research and read up on the company. I would particularly focus upon it's unique business model and be aware of how it compares to other conventional full price retail business models.

Interview Advice:

The interviews at TK Maxx are primarily concerned with finding out who you are as person and how well you are able to work as part of a bigger team.

One of the major things to consider when applying for TK Maxx and/or when attending an assessment centre, is to ask yourself how comfortable you feel working with uncertainty (working in the grey) on a daily basis. Whether it be with daily tasks or long term goals, as due to the fast paced nature of the business it's difficult to know all the information, outcomes, possibilities, eventualities etc. all the time, with the role requiring fast paced decision making and thinking.

Senior Analyst, Accessories at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Being a good 'cultural fit' here is really important so don't try to be something/ someone you're not.

Interview Advice:

Learn about what 'off-price' is.

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, show your individuality and your passion for the TJX model.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Do some research on the company, and show interest both in buying and merchandising.

Interview Advice:

Be curious, ask questions and give your opinion.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the off price model, visit stores and chat to the staff there about how off price is different to full price.

Interview Advice:

Get passionate and excited about the company and be nice and friendly! Make sure you can talk about the off price model, and why you suit the role and the company. Try not to think about the other candidates as competition as you could all get the job.

Allocation Analyst, Home at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, curious and passionate.

Merchandiser, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!
TK Maxx put a large focus on the people they hire and their cultural fit, just because you aren't right for this company doesn't mean you won't be right for another.

Interview Advice:

Do some research and understand the company. (This goes for any company!)

Business Technology Graduate 3, Business Analysis at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and let your personality shine through.

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Know about the company, know about merchandising and have a passion for the product!

Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Smile and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Ask a lot of questions. Be curious.

Assistant Merchandiser, Accessories at TJX Europe
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Interview Advice:

TJX employs genuine and nice people. On the assessment day, try to be yourself as much as possible and show how you can work with others and build strong relationships.

Assistant Merchandiser, Home at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Just be who you are and STAY IT!
Just ask a lot of questions and be as curious as you can.
Take initiatives and risks.
Be creative.

Assistant Merchandiser, Women’s Intimates at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

- Know the off price model.
- Be passionate about the role you are applying for.
- Don't be afraid to share your experiences.

Interview Advice:

- Know the business.
- Stand out from the crowd.
- Be unique.

Business Technology Graduate, IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be curious and interested in retail and the off-price concept!

Interview Advice:

Have a chat with everyone you meet and be relaxed.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Culture is everything - Be interested and friendly and you'll be fine.

Interview Advice:

Know about the company - you'll be tested on this.

Ecommerce Project Analyst, Ecommerce IT at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and try and come across happy, articulate and curious. Curiosity is one of the most heralded traits.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the off price model and competitors as you will be asked. Be friendly and interested in the interviewer as well as the company as networking is important. Show that you know who the TKMaxx customer is (everyone) and comment on stores/e-commerce.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, culture is massively important in this company and being a personal fit is important for both parties. Use a mixture of work and home life examples, work life balance is an important factor here.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't be afraid to speak out. Everyone will be really friendly. Team is hugely important here, reference team experiences.

Assistant Merchandiser, Active at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, relax and ask a lot of questions.

Interview Advice:

Why do you want to work for TKMaxx?
Why buying and merchandising?
What are you most proud of?
Biggest challenge you have over come?

Assistant Merchandiser, Ecommerce at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, your character is more important than your ability.

Interview Advice:

Have an opinion and back it up with facts. Believe in what you're saying! Be yourself.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Be curious and ask questions and try and find out as much as you can about the company. Familiarise yourself with the company's off-price business model and go to one of our stores to check out what we sell and how we sell it! If you are applying and have experience with languages definitely shout about it.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Do a lot of practice online tests before taking the real one.

Interview Advice:

Read up on the company's culture and off-price business model.

Junior Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Read up on the tk max business model - understand what this means for the merchandise and buying roles - past paced / product bought close to need / the responsibility that you will have in impacting and driving your own departments.
If you believe and love the business model and are a driven individual then you'll love the company. Make sure you demonstrate this and show curiousity in the business and how we compare to the high street.

Assistant Merchandiser, Mens Basics at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be curious, open-minded and friendly. Relationships are key and it is fine to make mistakes!

Interview Advice:

- Ask lots of questions.
- Be proactive.

Allocation Analyst, E-commerce at TJX Europe’
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Interview Advice:

Be curious.

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Application Advice:

Do your research and talk about your previous experience/education whilst displaying your passion for the role and the company!

Don't be daunted by the online tests and the video interview - but practice for the tests as much as possible before and prepare for the video interview with a good knowledge of the company and the function you are applying to.

Interview Advice:

Be confident throughout the day at the assessment centre. Don't be afraid to have an opinion but manage respectfully the opinion of others. In your interview - show curiosity and ask lots of questions.

Allocation Analyst, Womenswear at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

The company is very open to finding talented people from all variety of backgrounds so just be yourself and don't feel pressure to portray yourself as a particular 'type' of person.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and honest, show curiosity and interest and just be nice!

Assistant Merchandiser, at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Learn what you can about the off price model & use some of the buzz words in your application.

Interview Advice:

Again, earn what you can about the off price model, the company & be yourself.

Assistant Merchandiser, Ecom at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

There are so many people here from different academic backgrounds so even if you don't have a 'retail' background, play on your strengths and what you can bring to the role. Hone in on the skills you've developed through university, as well as through part-time jobs etc.

Interview Advice:

TK Maxx is hugely different from other retailers, so to have some knowledge of how we differ from the mainstream will really help get you into the mind set for the assessment days.

I was asked where I saw TJX Europe in the next 5 years? My biggest flaws, but also where I felt I excelled.

Allocation Analyst, Home Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Willing/eager to learn and develop yourself.

Merchandiser, Womenswear at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be bubbly, bold and think outside the box.

Speak another language.

Be passionate about the product.

Merchandiser, Shoes Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be human - have a bit of character and enjoy yourself.
Understand TK's unique business model.

Interview Advice:

Smile and don't be a corporate robot!

Senior Analyst, Men’s Basics, Men’s Accesories and Men’s Lifestyle at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Emphasise your willingness and interest to learn and develop.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be friendly and showcase your enthusiasm and curiosity.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, show your personality, be prepared and do your homework on the company.

Interview Advice:

Learn the business model.

Assistant merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Make sure you really understand the off price world and make sure it's reflected in your application. Do you research.

Interview Advice:

Be curious and ask lots of questions in the interviews. Just try and understand TK Maxx and the off price world as much as possible and talk with passion about the company and what we are trying to achieve.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be confident and research the company.
Be aware of the unique off price model we adopt.
Think about why you want to work for TJX and how you would fit into the culture.
Read up on where the company has been and where it's going.

Interview Advice:

Have examples of how you've demonstrated what you perceive as your strengths in past jobs/university.
Research the company and off price model.
Show passion for the role.
Be prepared to think 'outside the box'.

Global Production Support Analyst, Global Production Support at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

APPLY!
It honestly is the most amazing company and the grad scheme is fantastic.
Be passionate, be yourself and if you like to have fun at work...TK is the place for you.

Interview Advice:

Don't offend the business model.
Ensure you head to a TK Maxx or Homesense store before you come for the interview to get a real understanding for the off price model. We are unique, we are off price but that doesn't make us a jumble sale.

Merchandiser, Home at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Research company and Off-Price model thoroughly. This is what separates our graduate scheme and our company from competitors/other companies.

Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Read up on the off price model and the company.

Interview Advice:

Let your personality come across.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Just show how passionate you are. Here we love passionate people.

Interview Advice:

In the interview just be yourself and don't try to create a character because we love a little bit of craziness here.

Allocaion Analyst, Garden and Seasonal at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Do your research, be yourself and be enthusiastic.

Assistant Merchandiser, at TJX Europe’
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Interview Advice:

Be curious, ask pertinent questions and listen.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be honest and show curiosity.

Interview Advice:

Ask lots of questions and be humble.

Merchandiser, Home at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what off-price business models are and what this means on the buying and merchandising function. Show your interest and curiosity into the business model and the business.

Interview Advice:

General interview questions- focused a bit on problem solving and times you've been in difficult situations and how you've got around it.

Merchandising and Buying Placement, at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself- TK Maxx employ a certain type of personality, and if you do not fit this then your application will not go any further. This especially benefits you in the long run, as well as the company. And if you do fit the company then you will love the people you work with and have a great time.

Interview Advice:

Your knowledge of the whole company- including Homesense, Europe, and some knowledge of the head office in America.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be positive
ask questions
show enthusiasm
show that you're flexible
willing to learn and push yourself

Interview Advice:

BE NICE
ask questions
show your personality
show your desire to progress and learn

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising – Menswear at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Display passion, open-mindedness and be willing to be flexible in your decision making.

Interview Advice:

Research!

Assistant Merchandiser, Buying & Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read about the company and its values before applying so that you can understand its structure better and be more prepared for any questions you might be asked.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising and Buying at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

By yourself, they hire people who are very friendly and outgoing

Interview Advice:

Why IT?
Learn about off price

Business Technology Graduate, TJX Europe at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Know the business structure before applying. (Do your research- the Company is very different to other retailers because of our off price structure)
Visit plenty of TK Maxx or Homesense stores- Find what you like and dislike about our stores.

Interview Advice:

Again- know the business. Do your research.
Be open to understanding a new structure

Assistant Merchandiser, Home at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Do your research, know about the company and what it stands for. There is a very specific culture here that we're all very proud of and it's not for everybody, so be sure that this is for you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. TJX really values individuality.

Allocation Analyst, Home at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Understand the culture and off-price business, what seperates TK Maxx from the rest of the high street?

Ask lots of questions and be curious.

Senior Analyst, at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, ask lots of questions and be positive.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising Graduate scheme at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

I would advise reading about the company on the dedicated Graduate Website as there is alot of information on there to help you really understand what the job is about. Also talk to people in stores as everyone I have dealt with has been passionate and willing to share advise and stories about their time within the company.

Interview Advice:

When I was applying for the job I went out into the market and researched the competition and visited as many TK maxx and Homesense stores as I could to get a real feel for what we stood for and where we sat in the retail market and then shared that information throughout the interview process.

Assistant Merchandiser, Mens at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Understand the off-price model and the impact it has on the finance department.

Interview Advice:

Questions on the off-price model and the retail market.
Competency based interview.

Finacial Analyst, Finance at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Being open minded, flexible, passionate, thinking outside the box

Interview Advice:

All of the above, being inquisitive and likeable.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Understand the business model!

Interview Advice:

Ask Questions!

E-Commerce Finance Analyst, E-Commerce at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Interview Advice:

Do your research about the off-price business model

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Ensure you know that the role will be starting off in merchandising for the first few years at least before entering buying, however there is multiple opportunities to spend time with your buyers and go on vendor visits/comp shops etc.

It doesn't matter what you've studied so even if you think you have no experience, don't let that put you off.

Interview Advice:

Think about what the company looks for in its candidates, and try to give examples of your experiences and how these relate to the companies core qualities.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Show a passion for value and great, fashionable products. Also be curious.

Senior Allocation Anaylst, Accessories at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Check out the stores beforehand, understand business model.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Assistant Merchandiser, Womenswear at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be honest and open.

Interview Advice:

Be well prepared and informed. Do not make assumptions if you are not sure (eg about products or competitiors).

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Speak to as many people as you can before applying to make sure it's actually what you want to do.

Be open minded!

Interview Advice:

Come prepared with a lot of examples of situations you've been in at work and even in your day to day life. What's most important is that they can understand how you work amongst other people.

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Keep an open mind about Merchandising and Buying at TK Maxx.
Make sure you do your research about the company and off price.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - TK is a very open and honest place, if you pretend to be something you're not it will show.

Assitant Merchandiser, E-Commerce at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be honest and don't try to be something you are not. They accept people from all areas of life and from all levels of experience so no matter what you have done you shouldn't be put off applying

Interview Advice:

Be honest, don't try to say what you think they want to hear.

Assistant Merchandiser, Home Interiors at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be open, have an opinion, be open and engaging to everyone you meet,

Interview Advice:

Why do you want the role, where do you want to go with it. What interests do you have. What are your stengths, how are they applicable to this company and industry

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

An understanding of the off-price business model is essential. As well as great passion for delivering amazing value to customers. You also need to be a nice person.

Interview Advice:

Passion. Enthusiasm. Honesty. Open to change. Willing to share opinions.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be positive and friendly and do your research!!!

Interview Advice:

Research Off-Price culture
Be smart but not formal
try and stand out from the crowd

Allocation Analyst, Kids & Toys at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Passion for retail and the desire to work somewhere unique are essential. Make sure that you have visited TK Maxx stores and know what we are about.

Interview Advice:

You should have visited at least one TK Maxx store and started to understand how our concept is different to the high street.

Assistant Merchandiser, Kids & Toys at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about product and the off price 'treasure hunt' model.

You start on the graduate scheme in the merchandising function before being able to move in to buying. It's very important that you have an appreciation for both functions then. Anyone entirely focused on buying alone tends to not enjoy the grad scheme.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising – Shoes at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show your personality, be enthusiastic and approachable

Allocator, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Tell them about yourself and ANY experiences you have had (not only retail-based ones).

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show off your personality! Don't be afraid to ask questions.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and open minded at all times.

Interview Advice:

Read through our internet page and try to understand the difference between full price and off price retailer.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you have visited both TK stores and at least one Homesense store. Be ready to have an opinion but put that across with some humility. Let your personality shine through. Ask questions..!! Be curious..!!

Interview Advice:

No matter who you are talking to throughout your interview day- look interested and ask them questions about the company and their role- even if you have done lots of research so you don't need to ask questions, still ask them or else you risk looking uninterested!

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Love of numbers
Analytical brain
Enjoys networking and building relationships with others

Interview Advice:

Be confident
Express how you are unique
Off price concept knowledge

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Convey your passion for product. Learn as much about the company as you can, especially what makes us different from other retailers. Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Do your research into the company. Why are TK Maxx & Homesense different from other retailers? Who do you think this customer base is?
You will be given tasks you need to undertake before your interview – put the effort in. It will show how much you want the job.
What makes you different from other applicants?
Why do you want to work in buying or merchandising?

TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Genuine passion and enthusiasm is key.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and enthusiastic! And don't be afraid to show your opinions and justify your thought processes.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe’
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Application Advice:

Definitely research the company and what makes TKMaxx different to other retailers - the Off-Price business model is new to Europe (but common in the US), so think about what this means.
The way the company trades is very reactive, so you have to be able to balance planning with thinking on your feet, and be able to own your decisions and take responsibility for them, so demonstrating examples of times you have done this would be a plus.
Be aware that you will be in Merchandising for at least a couple of years before you are able to move into Buying (if that's what you want to do), and you have to be comfortable with analysing your business and really understanding how to drive sales. Merchandising gives you a real grounding in the business and is excellent training to prepare you for other areas, but some people struggle with this side of it and so I would really think about whether that's for you before applying.

Interview Advice:

For the assessment centre tasks, demonstrate that you can think on your feet, are confident in what you are saying and back this up with the info that you have. It doesn't have to be right - people just want to know that you have thought about it and have made the best decision you can based on what's available. Try and listen to others' opinions as well, and if they raise some interesting points then you can build that into what you are saying too.

The most important thing is to be friendly and smile! All the interviewers are lovely and if you do get some tough questions, understand that they just want to get the best out of you and push you to think about things a bit more than you have. They're not trying to catch you out, just give you an opportunity to shine.

Graduate Scheme – Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

You need to have a basic understanding of the business model when applying for a role at TK Maxx. As well as this, be passionate about retail and product. Be confident and have an opinion, people want to hear what you actually think rather than what you think they want to hear. Be flexible and able to adapt to change.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, TK are all about getting the right fit of people and putting them into a role where they will thrive

Assistant Merchandiser, E-commerce at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Show you have researched the company and you have a good understanding of the company. Visit stores so you can talk about what you have seen.Ensure you act enthusiastic and show how passionate you are about working for such an exciting, fast pace and profitable company.

Interview Advice:

Be energetic, enthusiastic and a good person and you will do well in this company. The company is one of the only fashion retailers that don't require a fashion degree and give anyone an opportunity if they deserve it. It is not competitive and they can hire as many people as they like so do your research on the company values/ morals and you will be fine!

Graduate, at TJX Europe
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Application Advice:

Be passionate, have an opinion, challenge back. Be yourself and don't be afraid to be unique.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have researched the competition and their brands, retails etc. to speak confidently about them and challenge your interviewer. Make sure you know what the definition of buying & merchandising is and what is off-price!

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Merchandising and buying placement, Menswear at TJX Europe’ View »

Best:

Level of responsibility and trust from day 1

Worst:

The amount of detail required for planning finacials

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Lovely culture/ office environment/ work life balance

Worst:

nothing

Allocation Anaylst, Body + Bath (Merchandising) at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people are great. Everyone is usually very helpful and open to support and develop graduates

Worst:

Lack of clear management direction

Junior Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe
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Best:

Welcoming environment and opportunities to learn and develop self

Worst:

Lack of clarity about future of role and clear actions needed to develop

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people that you work with, the support you receive, the freedom to shape your day the way that best suits you, the exposure you get to all parts of the business, the enthusiasm of the people around you and the inclusive behaviour you receive from everyone no matter their job title, the benefits you receive because your work is valued.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people, the work ethics, responsibility

Worst:

Head office in Watford

Senior Analyst, Active at TJX Europe
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Best:

The culture.

Buyer Vendor Support Logistics Analyst, Logistics at TJX Europe
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Best:

Exposure to workings of the business
Open, comfortable and positive environment and culture
Responsibility increase over time
Flexible working

Worst:

N/A

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Best:

Reputation

Initial training

Great help for relocation

Company growing

Worst:

No great benefits

Location

Bureaucracy

Try to change your personality with "everything is awesome"

TJX Europe
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Best:

A huge focus on developing individuals and cooperating across teams.

Worst:

Sometimes communication on certain projects that have more than one function involved can be lacking.

Los Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great people, culture, work-life balance, fast paced, growing profitable business.

Country Merchandiser, European Store Development at TJX Europe
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Best:

My company.

Finance Graduate, Financial Accounts at TJX Europe
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Best:

The company culture.

Worst:

Sometimes working in Watford vs London.

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Best:

Different tasks
Lots of responsibility

Worst:

Pressure
Sometimes competitive

Allocation Analyst, Merchandise & Buying at TJX Europe
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Best:

Benefits.

Worst:

Location in Watford.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great open door policy, encourage communication throughout the company. Great prospect for career progression.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Fun company culture!

Worst:

None.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Shoes Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Colleagues, culture.

Worst:

At the first stage, routine work.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people, the culture and the emphasis on development.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The culture and people.

Worst:

Can get hectic during peak periods.

Logistics Analyst, Logistics at TJX Europe
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Best:

Open door policy, flexibility.

Worst:

not able to refine one's knowledge on one specific department.

Allocation Analyst, Core Merchandising / Buying at TJX Europe
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Best:

Fun and well-recognised culture

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great teams, great culture, amazing and unique business model!

Worst:

Nothing really.

Assistant Merchandiser, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The company really value their employees and also value the relationships that you build with your business partners. There can be lots of opportunities to travel with your team and counterparts and this time is strongly valued by the company.

Worst:

There can be some weeks that are very task driven and a lot of office work, sometimes this can make the week go slowly. Would be nicer to get some more time out of the office.

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The culture of the company. Everyone wants to help you and I like the team focus. I like the open door policy and the fact that we get to meet more senior people from the company straight away.

Worst:

There is nothing really bad about the company, perhaps the location (as I would prefer to be in central London).

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

Culture, support, environment.

Alocation Analyst, Buying and Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Young, fun and entrepreneurial

Worst:

Career progression can feel slow.

Allocation Analyst/Assistant Buyer, Merchandising and Buying Kids & Toys GM at TJX Europe
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Best:

Open and engaging ethos. Good colleagues.

Worst:

Can be hierarchical despite preaching otherwise. Location.

Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

Work/life balance
Open door policy
Culture

Worst:

Not many internationals
relationship focus

Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

work/life balance, respecting all levels

Worst:

a lot of Excel

, at TJX Europe
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Best:

Flexibility - able to easily move departments - this is actually the norm!

Worst:

Flexibility - difficult to sometimes plan life around work/weekend working

Loss Prevention Manager, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Best:

TJX supports a lot of charities and everyone that works here has very similar values. It is super easy to get to know people and make friends!

Worst:

There is no free coffee (but a subsidised cantine).

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people

Worst:

Can be difficult to move to a position where you want to be

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people and the enthusiasm about the products we offer

Worst:

The location in Watford

Finance Graduate, Finance at TJX Europe
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Best:

People

Worst:

Limited Resources

Business Technology Graduate (Operations), IT at TJX Europe
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Best:

Agreeable people

Worst:

It is not a 'worst' but the company would improve by adapting to their employees' different personalities and cultures while at the time it is asked to the employees to make an effort. It would be good to bring that balance as TJX is recruiting people from different European countries and therefore different cultures.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising Menswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

Dedicated

Worst:

Sometimes muddled day to day duties

LP grad, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Best:

People/Culture

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe
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Best:

The work life balance
Culture and atmosphere of the company
The people

Worst:

Americanised culture sometimes - around development/HR/learning and development.
Always expected to push yourself out of your comfort zone and be extraverted in approach and meeting lots of people.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

Culture/Environment

Opportunities to work in different functions/business areas

Rapid growth prospects

Worst:

Red Tape

Working in the grey at times

Business Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great values that are upheld inside the company

Business Technology Graduate, IT at TJX Europe
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Best:

See answer on previous page

Worst:

See answer on previous page

Senior Allocation Analyst, Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

The culture is great - everyone is really friendly

Worst:

Not much that I can think of

Financial Analyst, Finance at TJX Europe
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Best:

The people and the culture!

Worst:

Being based in Watford - would love to be based more central London.

Senior Analyst, Merchandising – Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

Very supportive environment. Friendly co-workers. Fun! Real career progression opportunities.

Worst:

Not much I can say at the moment.

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great culture and people

Worst:

Location - Watford

Senior Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

Lots of opportunities for career progression.

Worst:

It's fast-paced so you have to organise your time very effectively which can be challenging.

Senior Allocation Analyst, Merchandising at TJX Europe
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Best:

The People

Worst:

N/A

Allocation Analyst, Womenswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

Everyone is very friendly

Worst:

It is in Watford

Allocation Analyst, Sunglasses, Jewellery and Watches at TJX Europe
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Best:

Great emphasis on informal and fun culture

Worst:

Limited possibility of changing functions

Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

The relationship culture, the responsibility, the fun side to working and the focus on driving your development

Worst:

Potentially having to work in merchandising for longer than anticipated due to competitive nature of buying

Allocation Analyst, Menswear at TJX Europe
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Best:

The culture!

Worst:

Nothing.

Senior Allocation Analyst, at TJX Europe
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Best:

International, very flexible, company culture

Worst:

Headquarters in Watford

Senior Analyst, Active at TJX Europe
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Best:

Big company with a small company feel

Allocation Analyst, Body Bath and Beauty at TJX Europe
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Best:

Fun culture, great people, interesting work

Worst:

It's in Watford

Allocation Analyst, E-Commerce at TJX Europe
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Best:

Company values and investment in graduates

Worst:

Location

Senior Analyst, Home at TJX Europe
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Best:

Work atmosphere

Business Analyst, IT at TJX Europe
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Best:

Young workforce with a large amounts of graduates!

Worst:

Location

Loss Prevention Graduate, Loss Prevention at TJX Europe’
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Best:

Amazing people culture

Worst:

Off price model means that sometimes areas do not get as much money as they perhaps would at a full price company

Business Technology Graduate, IT at TJX Europe
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Best:

high level of trust and responsibility

Worst:

location

Business Technology Graduate, Logistics at TJX Europe
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