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Recruitment



Attracting Tomorrow's Leaders, Today


As a Fortune 100 company, operating more than 4,500 stores in nine countries, the need to attract, develop, and retain talent is crucial to support our growth. We are continually looking for diverse, enthusiastic, and dedicated individuals to join our team, and we remain committed to developing our Associates into our global leaders for tomorrow.

We take a multi-faceted approach to recruiting for our stores, distribution centers, and home offices to reach potential candidates with diversity of races, ethnicities, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, abilities, experiences, and much more. We are also committed to hiring locally from the communities we serve.





MAKING A DIFFERENCE: BEST BUDDIES


In addition to supporting educational and career skills programs, another area of focus in the U.S. is hiring people with disabilities. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in 2019, the unemployment rate for those with a disability was 7.3%, more than twice the rate for individuals with no disability.1 We have developed collaborative community partnerships, and our U.S. Talent Acquisition group promotes workforce programs that facilitate access to jobs for individuals with disabilities.

For example, we partner with Best Buddies, an organization of volunteers that creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our teams partner closely with Best Buddies volunteers and participants to find roles in our T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra, and Homesense stores that match the job seeker’s interests and talents, and we’ve been excited to hire participants to perform in a variety of functions, including cashiers, dressing room attendants, greeters, merchandise organizers, and product assemblers.


Ashley working at HomeGoods

ASHLEY’S STORY


When the company that she worked at for three years went out of business in 2020, Ashley was grateful to be given the opportunity to join the HomeGoods family. Ashley has become a vital part of the team, processing merchandise and organizing the store shelves. These tasks have become her favorite duties and have helped raise her self-esteem during a tough year.

“Every morning when I walk in, the team says things like ‘good morning’ and ‘we are happy to see you’ and it makes me feel really good,” Ashley said. “HomeGoods gave me a purpose again!”