Been working at Target for 2 years now. Started as a cashier, did self checkout, then guest service, and drive ups/pickups as well as flexible fulfillment. I have a lot of problems with target but one of them is how little they care for their employees. At my target many people have been quitting because the way they treat us like criminals and have unrealistic expectations for us is ridiculous.
The past year (2020) has been the hardest year for a lot of people. For me, my days at target included coming in, finding out no GSTL was there, having to run the front myself (as a 19 year old working his first job), write breaks, do both drive ups and returns by myself at the same time, close every register in the store on my own, and go home later than i was supposed to. As someone with no leader training OR pay, this was a huge burden on me. I know i should have not helped out as much as i did but it was either that or watch the front fall apart.
I would like to start out by saying this site has kept me sane for a while now and some of the posts you guys have are funnier than shit. Anyways, I work flow team and I have never felt so under-appreciated in my whole life. (Sidenote, I did say work because sadly at the moment I am still employed with Target, but only for another 9 days) Being on flow team presents an unrealistic work load for the amount of people and time that we get.