I got hired about a month ago and figured since I liked shopping there why not get a job. I put down open availability, bad choice obviously, because I figured this would help me get hired easier. When I was doing the interview the person asked me how many hours I would want, minimum and maximum, and I told them that I would like 40 but I would deal with at least 30. I was pretty happy that I would get at least 30 in this position and accepted the offer.
In the summer of 2014, I was hired at T-0607 as a softlines team member. In the beginning it started out alright, I decided to work there for one year until I saved up enough money to go back to college. In that one year though, I saw about six ETLs go in and out the door.
So I applied to Target during the last week of May this year and got a call 2 weeks later from one of the managers who asked me was I still interested in the cashier position. I gladly said “Yes.” and I was told what day and time to come in for the interview.
Been at my store for 6 plus years from hardlines to the POG team then finally found myself on the Flowteam. What a nightmare in those 6 plus years. They hated me because I had other jobs and I was only available on truck days but since I was a good worker and hardly missed any days, they put up with me lol.
Hmmm where do I begin, First off let me say im so glad I left that shithole! This place is a joke! I got hired in March for our Flow team, seems normal….well first couple months went well and it seemed to be going just fine, or so I thought.
hello i worked at backrooom target. Should i just go to the store and quit. or still work. My TL wrote me up last time and said this is my final notice. Now i missed work today.
I’m a cart attendant and I find all sorts of shit in carts from starbucks cups to diapers, to purses, to unopened food. Now, because I hate seeing perfectly good food go to waste I sometimes eat the said items whether it be a soda or chocolate bar.
First, a little bit about me. I’m a flow team member for overnight. I believe that I am an excellent employee, team member whatever the fuck you wanna call it in target terms. I started during fourth quarter. There were at least twenty of us.
so about a couple of months ago, I was told to come in for back up in the front lane, I went and stayed for an extremely long time.
Does anyone out there ever feel like shouting out RECO like in the movie Boiler Room?? There just HAS to be a better method for selling these things without badgering employees and making it difficult.