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Archives / March 2020

  • March 25, 2020 - Flyers000

    A positive gain from working at Target

    I left Target over 5 years ago. I worked overnight, unloading, scanning, stocking…may I add…I am a petite female and every night had to unload and  furnistock theture, dog food, cat litter, pallets of water with broken jacks,.everything heavy while the larger males tend to get assigned soaps, candles and deoderant. I needed a job at the time because the company I worked for went out of business so I knew it was temporary until I found something else. Temporary lasted two years of hell. I watched so many people get verbally abused every night. The same abuse went on during the morning when the cashiers came in. It was horrible to see my leads leave in tears. To see the good people, the hardest workers get treated like garbage. I finally found another job which almost paid double as a starting rate.

  • December 18, 2014 - Flyers000

    I’ll be free in a week!

    Target was bad enough. With our new overnight etl, it made it clear it was time to leave. I applied for a new job and got hired. For way more then what target will ever pay me (I’d have to put in 10 years at least to get close). My last day is sometime next week (depending on if they piss me off-I’ll just walk out). I’m not the only one. A bunch of us are leaving. What does that say about management? It’s so bad that were all running. Their biggest concern for 4th quarter is making sure trash is done and making sure plastic doesn’t mix with cardboard. Goodbye hellhole. Thanks for the gratitude. Oh that’s right. Us floor workers don’t get any of that. Good luck to all you new people that they just hired. I’m passing on the foot that was on my back for 2 years.

  • August 15, 2014 - Flyers000

    It eats your soul

    I’ve been at my target for 2 years now. When I first started, I Really enjoyed it. (I’m an overnight flow tm). The overnight etls and tls were wonderful. They got their hands dirty just as much as we did. We were motivated to work. Our huddles were informative with things that were important. Our etl told us things she wasn’t supposed to but she cared that much about us. From what I heard the etls before them were just as great. One etl quit after a few months (she found a better job). The other had to rotate out of the store in spring. What we have now is what I call a processing plant.