T.J. Maxx Sales Associate

T.J. Maxx Sales Associate Job Description & Interview

Job Description and Duties

What Does a T.J. Maxx Sales Associate Do?

T.J. Maxx sales associates, commonly called merchandise associates, work on store sales floors performing various merchandising functions and providing quality customer service. Essential job duties include greeting patrons, stocking items on racks and shelves, ringing up customer purchases at cashier stations, and helping shoppers locate merchandise. Workers also clean the store and oversee fitting rooms where applicable.

Hiring Requirements and Skills

T.J. Maxx sales associate positions typically carry no formal requirements for employment consideration, though hiring managers sometimes prefer applicants with previous retail experience. Prospective employees need to meet the minimum hiring age of 16, with the ability to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends. Strong verbal communication skills, energetic personalities, and professional appearances also help in obtaining sales associate jobs.

Salary and Compensation

How Much Do They Get Paid?

Upon hire, entry-level sales associates at T.J. Maxx generally start out earning minimum wage. With experience, pay rates often increase to $9.00 or $10.00 an hour, depending on location.

Other Benefits and Advancement Opportunities
In addition to competitive pay scales and positive work environments, T.J. Maxx extends employee discounts and optional participation in medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and 401(k) retirement plans to qualified full-time and part-time workers. Available employment benefits and salary options typically increase in scope and size as entry-level sales associates gain the work experience necessary for promotion into store management careers.


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