TJ Maxx’s Continues to Pay Employees in Puerto Rico Despite Hurricane Closures


Citizens of Puerto Rico are still being compensated during these harsh times.

After the horrible tragedy of Hurricane Maria, most of Puerto Rico is left damaged and without the lives of over 50 citizens. The island is left without electricity and multiple buildings have been destroyed. In light of this, the owner of Tj Maxx’s companies, who is the parent company to Home Goods and Marshall’s, is still providing his employees with checks.


“Based on the devastating situation in Puerto Rico, we can confirm that we have continued to pay our TJ Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods Associates on the island,” Tj Maxx said in statement with PEOPLE. “We believe it is the right thing for us to do under these circumstances.”  Tj Maxx continued. This is a great gesture by Tj Maxx’s company especially while citizens of Puerto Rico is at a low point in life. We are here for the support of Puerto Rico and hope they manage to rebuild their home.

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