For decades I have shopped at TJMaxx. I am a 69 year old male whose life was devastated by Covid, Parkinson's Disease, and divorce. Along, homeless living with friends, and unemployed I struggled for a year to fine a job and a place to life. TJMaxx in Seekonk was hiring, I've always loved the jewelry and being from a jewelry manufacturing family I am very experienced at selling it so I applied and was hired. In a store with dozens of young females I am the only senior male, one of 4 men in total at the store.
My training on the register has be absolutely horrible. Nothing at all was organized or written down which make it impossible to study and review the dozens of complicated steps required to learn. I've had five different people training me with five different ways to do it. Everything is rushed, babbled through so quickly with convoluted explanations by people with no training ability who are totally insensitive to the progress of the trainee. They just want it to end, they're not paid for it.
I trusted TJMaxx to employ and train me for a job that I more that able to perform but because of inadequate procedure and sheer thoughtlessness I'm in this sink or swim situation with little to no help from my fellow employees. I'm abandoned.
I find the attitude at TJMaxx towards me to be intolerable. I took on that job with nothing but good intentions only to find out that I am a disposable old man, ostracized and ignored as I flounder through the worse, most incompetent, sporadic training situation I even had in my life. Anything spoken can be written down, isn't that true. Why isn't there a lesson plan for all the functions expected from your employees? Do you just get rid of the old men you hire and never train?
Your behavior is disgusting, TJMaxx. I'm a person, my life has value, it's time for TJMaxx to respect that. "Hopefully I'll get an answer soon" is that what you say? I expect an answer soon and won't stop till I get one.