October 22, 2013 - ZeroMovement
Being super vague to avoid detection, due to high paranoia in the higher ups of my store.
But a certain store in the mid west that I work at actually blocks this website on there wifi if you try and visit it.
Target is so desperate to control and censor information about it self that most major news articles i’ve found for the last couple years get totally shut out by BullshitEye HQ.
Not only that but they’ve been strategically shutting down stores to stop unions, inspections and hiding standard team member protocols from the public.
Sure you can find there standard code of business or as I call it code of bullshit that they give to new hires. But if you try to find any sort of employee handbook that most companies post for the world to see. It simply cannot be found.
That mixed with all the shady stories and incompetent ass hats running the anything above “Team member” makes me wonder what is Target really trying to hide? are they really that afraid that the public will rub the shit out of their eyes like most of Target’s staff do and see them for what they really are?
Recently someone called a “code red” over the radio in my place of employment and I actually found myself hoping the damn building would burn down. and speaking code red why is it Target has an “ignore it and go back to work” policy on FIRES in the building? most public buildings like say Schools get everyone out at the first hint of a fire. So why does Tarshit insist on keeping it hush hush till the LOD can’t hide it anymore and orders the evacuation?
Target in certain areas and supposedly company wide is changing how it allocates hours to departments running them off of customer based numbers rather then set shifts. They claimed and made it look publicly like a big change. stating things like there current employees would be given hours typically given to an influx of staff during the holidays. Yet the employee perks are worse then ever, hours lower then they were before in my store started this “new way”. Lots of team members barely getting scheduled enough to survive