Unlocking Career Opportunities as an Allocation Analyst at TJX Canada!
TJX Canada is the leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in Canada and is known for their focus on employee development and wellness. The Allocation Analyst role is an essential position that helps allocate the right product to the right store at the right time. In this editorial, we interviewed Angus Martin, an Allocation Analyst at TJX Canada, who shared his experiences in the role, how he applied for the position, his onboarding experience, what he loves about working at TJX Canada and how he measured success in his role!
A Day in the Life of a Merchandise Assistant
TJX Canada is known for its retail brands (Winners, HomeSense and Marshalls) in Canada, but with all of that product, have you ever wondered who’s supporting the process? Merchandise Assistants at TJX Canada are an integral part of the merchandising operations team, giving support to the buyers, vendors and the product lifecycle. We had the chance to connect with four – current and previous – Merchandise Assistants to get a glimpse into their work and share it with you. We learned all about their careers thus far, how they’re growing, and why they love working at TJX Canada.
Always Growing at TJX Canada
TJX Canada knows, recognizes and pays special attention to people and culture – driving forces of the success of any business. This concentration on building a team, developing talent and encouraging a positive and inclusive culture translates across various roles throughout the organization. From Store Investigators to Allocation Analysts, many TJX employees agree on the same thing – working at TJX feels empowering, meaningful and exciting.
Career Growth At TJX Canada: What New Grads Can Expect
From training opportunities to mentorship, TJX has created a space where aspiring professionals can learn and thrive. Cori Hooker, Bradley Dixon, and Kristina Marciello work in vastly different roles at TJX Canada. However, they all agree that they have been given amazing opportunities to advance in their careers.
Amazing Workplaces: Take A Tour Of TJX Canada’s New Home Office
TJX Canada is an organization that is committed to helping students and graduates successfully transition into the working world. Making new employees feel comfortable and welcome is a top priority, and their brand new home office clearly reflects this.
Managing Expectations: A Manager Shares Advice & Insights With Students & Grads
It can be difficult for students and grads to settle into a new work environment. From adjusting to a new role, to meeting organization standards, to developing professional relationships, it can sometimes feel overwhelming.Most employers are very understanding about the initial learning curve new hires experience, and are more than willing to provide support to those who ask for it. TJX Canada is especially focused on developing fresh talent through their internship and co-op programs.
Behind the Scenes: Training and Development at TJX
Learn about TJX Canada’s PASE program in this video!
Finding a Role That Fits at TJX Canada
Careers at TJX Canada include a broad range of opportunities!
A Recent Grad Success Story At TJX Canada
“There are so many opportunities in TJX – it’s an amazing place to begin your career,” says Laura.
Tips and Advice from a TJX Canada Recruiter
When Christina Stathakos finished her BA with a certificate in Human Resources at York University, she took her passion for learning into the workforce.
Setting the PASE: Training for New Grads at TJX Canada
The right training opportunities can make all the difference when you’re starting out in a new role.
A Day in the Life of a Recent Grad Operations Supervisor at TJX Canada
For Norbert Omoro, deciding to start a career with TJX Canada was easy: it took one conversation with a current team member at an information seminar.
Sheridan College Co-op Student Continues Her Career with TJX Canada
Kiran Choong completed two co-op work terms with TJX Canada and was hired into a contract position with the company after graduating.