I get good vibes from its employees, and I love its food.But TJ's corporate has a reputation for being secretive.Response time is quicker -- you get more people coming up." "Usually [employees] are assigned to registers, but they're allowed to bounce off and support others if there's not a lot going on up front.
We talked about everything from Two Buck Chuck to its sampling policy to the employee discount you've always been curious about.
Spoiler alert: you won't want to quit your job just to save money on groceries.
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And I don't feel like that's fake with anyone in the store." "We actually have a team of individuals -- this would be the coolest job in the world, by the way -- they get to go around the world and research the best providers for all of our products.
They will not accept a provider if it's not 100% [up to snuff] with them. So [the TJ's employee] came back to them with a business plan.
I think they do something that's completely different than what we do. "I was deeply disappointed by the unsalted ones.") 8.