January 14, 2014 - DestroyTarget
Good News: The only thing that’s good about the breach is that I haven’t had to ask customers about the REDcard for four weeks now!
Bad News: The LODs with the Breakout (the clipboard with our breaks listed on it) always fail to make sure each cashier has their break! They always tell me that I should never go on break until they tell me to, yet they forget to check the Breakout so often, that I have missed many of my breaks in the past few days, and the breaks I do have are two hours later than they should be. I know LODs can be busy, but how hard is it to glance at the clipboard and walk up to a cashier to say it is time for their break? Or if they cannot go to the cashier, they can ask another employee to tell the cashier for them.
Another thing I am annoyed about is one of my LODs. She looks at almost everyone as if they are stupid and wasting her time. She treats her coworkers and customers like that, too. Now, I can understand if we really were stupid, but most of us aren’t and some of us don’t even ask much of her. She only treats her backroom friends and people of higher positions with respect. I really don’t like her.
If a customer is still worried about the breach, why would they come to Target hoping to use their credit cards? My store is right down the street from a Kroger and a Publix. A bit further down is another Kroger and a Fresh Market. Why don’t they go down there if they can’t pay with cash or a check??
Target can’t get my schedules right, either. I keep telling the LODs, GSTA’s etc that I am in college and cannot work until 3:00 PM-6:00 PM depending on the day. I pay a lot for my classes, so no way am I ever skipping them. Depending on the time of year, students can be absent for two to four days before failing a class. This semester I can only miss two, and that’s just risky.
That’s all I’ve got. Sorry if this was boring.