My experience working at a Target store unloading trucks during holiday season compels me to voice concerns for new employees regarding safety. I will address these hazards by relating the following incidents and offer possible remedies. The managers often just throw an inexperienced employee on the unload line with no training or instructions on how to deal with these problems.
I am coming up on my one-year anniversary at Tarshit next week. I don’t plan on being there to “celebrate” it. Despite having tendered my resignation last week, I reached my breaking point last night. Things have gotten so bad I can’t even make it through another week, and I don’t think I’ll be returning.
I was working service desk 4-6tonight and at some point when the GSA was back there I asked her to get me $20s and $10s I hadn’t gotten a chance to request yet. She did so and as soon as I was done with the transaction I requested it, added it to my drawer and told the computer add money. Pretty standard. 10pm rolls around and the GSA goes ” hey, what happened to the money I gave you earlier?” I told her I put it in the drawer and requested it. ” So what happened to it?The draw is out of $10s and $20s” in a fairly accusatory tone.
Yo so motherfuckinshitstix target ass ETL’s.
I been reading alot of post for at least 3 years now. Thats how long ive been working at target. I dont remember how this site came to my attention. But its been great & truth to me. Like, a bible for Target and what to look out for. Almost everything has come to pass.
There is literally a rat found at Sbux, but no one is acting like it is a big deal.
I am about to put my notice in at Target. I’d do it sooner but I need to have another job before I do. But I have only been working there for a few months now and I literally can’t take much more.
First our HR lady screwed over my training schedule. After a week or so my shifts completely changed and I wasn’t even fully trained.
Ok first off I’ve been working at Target for two years now, ever since senior year of high school. I was supposed to get put on the softlines team, but they ended up hiring me on as a cashier. They told me that I would get moved a few months into the job. It’s been two years. Anyway.
So this is something I shared anonymously with all my coworkers before I left Target. I thought it would be fun to share it here. But I’ll give you all a fair warning that this is a VERY long one.
If there is one thing I learned from my time at Target it’s that evil can take many forms. And it takes a particularly vicious form in that of Targets executive leadership.
I’ve been working at tarshit for about a month . At my second interview I could tell that the bitch who was interviewing me didn’t like me. I feel like she didn’t want to hire me and wasnt going to but something happened so she ended up resorting to me. I originally applied for sales floor position. I hate being a cashier so bad I get depressed just thinking about it.
I was hired at target for the Flex fullfiment position, which I enjoyed and was pretty good at it (as told by an LOD herself). I worked there for about 2 months and neevr missed a shift, always came in on time, and did my job, in my opinion, better than the other flex people.