Any other employees that are not on a salary based income get their hours cut today yesterday?
i got a call from one of my etl yesterday afternoon asking if id be willing to cut a couple hours from my shifts. i said sure thinking 2 or 3 hours wont hurt too bad. well she cut 2 hours from me today, 4 hours from me next week and 16 hours the week after.
I’m sure I could call corporate hr and maybe get an answer but sometimes I feel like its better to ask other employees…
Recently it was eval time… And my managers made a big deal out of pay raises this time around… Saying that no one ever gets raises like this ever and we should be grateful… blah blah blah…
So we all know it sucks here, and i have too many instances to count, but beyond my horrible VML and the ridiculous workload im given to complete in no time, i think i’m being haunted.
I know there are people who don’t believe in ghosts but please just listen, thanks.
Make your management team look like the morons they are by pointing out that the Redcard works on service oriented gift cards like Disney, iTunes and Applebees.
Some stores I know are very good at keeping equipment and keys in check. They hold everyone, or try to, accountable if lost/stolen, etc. Then, there is my old store. Keys have been lost. Equipment missing/broken.
Can you work for target again at another store location after being fired from your old store location? Just curious.
I’m not gonna lie, I hate hardlines so being primarily a cashier now, I’m not complaining. I’ve been at this store for a year now and on occasion I’d get a cashier shift either picking it up or would spontaneously be scheduled for it. What DOES suck is the circumstances under which they moved me.
So lets pretend that there’s a store that’s pretty decent except for the STL. SWIM works there, and they recently found out that their relatively new STL was sent to their store because this other store in their district tried for months to get this STL fired for horrible behavior and numerous ethics violations but dozens and dozens of Integrity reports later, they can’t give her the boot.
So, I made it through two months of the job basically. I knew I wasn’t gonna stay there long, really, but I never expected it to end… quite the way it did.
So I started my job at Target around 2-3 weeks ago. The training was fine, I actually worked with a manager from my former employer so that was nice. I didn’t mind working during my training shifts. Then I started my actual work schedule.