I’ve worked at Target for years. I’ve gone through things that I never thought a business would be able to subject their employees to. What I learned today is beyond outrage. Fore the last couple months I’ve done cashiering, although a majority of the job is cart attendant.
I’ve been working at target fr a couple of months now as a cashier i’ve passed my 90 days and from the start have gotten the most redcards out of any other cashier, BUT THAT STILL ISNT ENOUGH!!!
So my grandparent just died last week and i took two days to help clean and pack up their home and let my lod know, he proceeded to make a big deal about it, btw im part of logistics/flow team, saying its a reliability issue and basically told me to shrug it off.
Fuck rude customers. Yes, I said CUSTOMERS. Not fucking guests. Some people are nice. I appreciate those people. Other people make me want to run into oncoming traffic. Being a cashier has taught me what people can really be like… Rude, selfish, and inconsiderate.
They keep changing my schedule and not tell me??? Is this their way of having an excuse to let a person go? Has anyone else gone through this?
I don’t care what anyone says. Cashiers have it the hardest, even hearing the phrase “Red card” makes my butthole tighten. You have to ask EVERY customer whether they’re buying a cartfull of items or just a pack of gum. And about 25% you get bombed out for constantly hounding them.
Well I am here to tell you how much I hate target especially store 2775! There’s so much to say about how target doesn’t appreciate their employees, but I will only say a few that stood to me. I was a perishable assistant and a leader for logistic zone, first off I had to stop going to school for a while or I wouldn’t be hired and money was needed at that time so I took it, didn’t start me off with a good pay.
I am actually feeling LUCKY that my seasonal job ended. I now get to tell you the shitty things Target does for their employees..
First off, we are “team members” which makes no sense because you are all actually playing against each other for those stupid REDcards. That are lies anyways.
Many of the post I read on here have very valid points, but often they show great examples as to why Target might consider you a poor worker. My previous sentence does not mean Target is in the right, it just simply means you might not be as good as you think you are. Many of you on here seem rather juvenile and uneducated yourself, which from my experience is no better than what Target had to offer me. However, it’s very clear Target is treating very good people very poorly!
I’m actually kind of glad that target let me go when my 90 day seasonal contract ended since I was completely over the exaggerated REDcard weekly goals and having to fake a smile 60% of my day just to avoid confrontation with people in a shitty mood who are just WAITING to take it out on me.