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At TJX, we have considered inclusion and diversity a very important part of who we are for many years. We are strongly committed to an inclusive workplace where our Associates feel welcome in the Company, valued for their perspectives and contributions, and engaged with our business mission to provide value to our customers. We greatly value diversity and for us, it means many things including diversity of race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, experience, religion, and much more.

We aspire to treat all people with dignity and respect, and we do not tolerate discrimination, harassment or hate of any kind. There are stark reminders every day that injustice exists and that we must continue to work toward a better future for all. Supporting equity and racial justice is an ongoing commitment for TJX.

Diversity Presents Itself in Many Ways

The Diversity Wheel focuses on specific aspects of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation/gender identity, creed, national origin, mental/physical ability, socioeconomic status, work experience, education, political belief, organizational role, language/communication skills, and appearance.

Adapted from Johns Hopkins Diversity Wheel from

1Managerial positions are defined as Assistant Store Manager (or equivalent level) and above across the Company.
2Statistics cited in this section are for TJX's Fiscal Year 2021, which ended January 30, 2021.
3People of Color includes, consistent with definitions used by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the following 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.
4Data on ethnic and racial diversity for the U.S. only. Statistics for U.S. Associates are based on racial/ethnic designations used by the EEOC.