So I have about 2 weeks left of my probation period and things are going downhill. They seem to be getting on to me about everything, more than anyone else. Some of the other team members are noticing and they are starting feel bad/concerned for me.
It was weird because before they started getting onto me the LODs were acting all overly nice to me. Now, they seem to get onto me about every little thing and give me numerous tasks that I can’t finish in time. Apparently these weeks are the busiest weeks for the store so maybe that has something to do with it.
Hello again. I am 24 years old, and hate the fuck out of tarshit. I worked at the store T1175, in Fairfeild New Jersey. May I tell you something, if you hate shopping at Target, well then, YOU’RE GOING TO HATE TARGET EVEN MORE, IF YOU’RE WORKING THERE!!!
First I would like to say I’ve read at least a hundred stories on here and comparatively my target is the “best”. My team is probably what helped me stay as long as I did. I’ve got to know almost everyone in the store. My old STL was so chill and great. But Tarshit fires the hard workers and replaces them with ass kissers who are assholes.
Hello all! Newish cashier here. Things have been stressful since I started but have been able to deal with it. Very limited training, bad training, and throwing me to the wolves way too early on cashier. However we have a loss prevention guy who has an attitude and started to talk down to me when I first started. Are loss prevention leads considered supervisors? This guy got on my case the first week on cashier duties and passively aggressively accused me of being on my phone. I am old school and hate my cell phone so never on it at work. I had to take a few weeks off for a very bad family emergency but returning and wondering what at the best ways to handle these strong personalities? Do I stand my ground and let them know I don’t take crap? Will that get me in trouble if I do it in a nice way? Do I just need to take his bullshit and try not to let it get to me?
In March of 2017 I officially became an employee of Target corporation in an unspecified location within FL with my tenure ultimately coming to a conclusion in July of 2017 as I was specifically hired a seasonal where I would rotate between working on the floor and registers you see.
How is Modernization working for you? Are you getting your push done, go backs put away, price change done, keeping fitting room free of go backs? I think, Target is expecting 1 person to do the work of 3 people. District is expecting all push done on a daily basis, all tables folded perfecting all day long, fitting room free of go backs. There is no understanding from District in why we can get everything done. How can an employee keep the floor zoned up when 1 Guest unfolds almost every shirt on a table? I wish Corporate and District worked in stores.
I am having trouble figuring out the adjacency for Men’s. I have asked for HR not to schedule me in adjacency but team leads say that I can not do that. I have to do the adjacency. I hate it. Does anyone else having problems with adjacency?
Target Cafe is arguably the worst job in the whole store and probably not for the reasons any no food team members would think. But bear with me…
It should come as no surprise to anyone still working at Target that inventory is always a very stressful time of the year. But now since “modernization” has begun it’s become even worse than I thought possible. The zones in all areas are not being maintained because it’s all anyone can do to keep up with pushing the truck. There are so many empty spaces on the floor because nothing is being audited properly. Chances are there is more just sitting in the back but none of it is being pulled.
Ok, so as you guys read further, and before I begin with all the fucking goddamn bullshit that Target/Tarshit and the Tarfuckers at target workers had to offer me, I want to say that this is true and I’m sorry you had to see the light of day of me, the dark side and the true hate that comes out of my soul.