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Praise Hands for T.J.Maxx: The Company Is Paying Employees in Puerto Rico Even Though Stores Are Still Closed
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Some days we wonder where all the good news has run off to. But TJX, the parent company of T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods and Marshalls, is bringing some positivity into our news feed, and we’ve got all the warm fuzzies.

Turns out, the company has continued sending paychecks to its employees in Puerto Rico, even though their 29 stores there have remained closed since the devastation of Hurricane Maria this September, according to a viral Facebook post. But it doesn’t stop there. According to The Boston Globe, the company has also sent employees food and water as the island continues to struggle with only about 30 percent of its power restored. 

Bravo, TJX. We love you and your discount throw pillows even more than we ever thought possible.

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