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  • [INTRO]

    It’s hard to describe Target as a whole since each store can vary greatly depending on who works there and how they do things. But here is what mine is like:

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  • November 17, 2014 - upsetGSS

    How I escaped Hell

    I worked for target for 4 years and for almost the last 2 I was a GSA. Which pretty much means the GSTL’s bitch.  I busted my ass harder than anyone’s.

    But any who, I quit back in June, with no job lined up and this was the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. I had o move back in with my parents because I could no longer pay the bills.

    So many things built me up to my quiting moment. But I have to say I never cried there (I’m a guy but there were times I wanted to break down) and I’m proud of that.

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  • November 28, 2013 - 24601

    No More (Part one)

    Are GSAs supposed to be in charge of FA? They are at the store I work at.

    The only reason I have a problem with this is that our GSAs also go on major power trips. The only good one left right after my ninety days ended she was a genuinely nice person and she was fantastic at her job. The rest of them are either nice or know what they are doing. Occasionally both happen at the same time, but more often than not neither does. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t dislike them all. I just hate working with most of them. Truthfully I just hate that they’re in charge because all sorts of things end up going wrong.

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  • December 29, 2012 - noexpresslanes

    An experience from a soon to be former employee

    I started at Target in Feb of 2011. I applied for the job because my girlfriend and I decided to move in together. When I first started everything was seriously perfect. I was just a simple cashier, working a relaxed schedule because of my schooling, and I adored the 2 GSTL’s.  So as the months flew by, both of the above mentioned TL’s left and one of the GSA’s…I was a little torn up but I knew that they were only doing what was in their best interest. They quickly filled the spots for the GSTL’s, but then the former GSA said she REALLLY wanted me to take her spot. In the time I had started they trained me at the service desk and I would often cover their breaks and lunches (more on this later), so the idea of it seemed cool to me and I liked the thought of being “somewhat” in charge. Basically, they really made the job seem wonderful. I was about to realize what a mistake it was accepting GSA..   First of all, I want any cashiers thinking about wanting to be a GSA to understand something. You essentially do everything that a GSTL (a team leader) does except coach cashiers and do a shitload of paperwork. However, you are not paid ANYWHERE close to what they are paid. One of the GSTL’s at my store makes over $15/hr…I make $8.25. That’s literally almost half of what someone else makes to do almost the exact same job! To be fair, that GSTL DOES have a degree and is very intelligent…but try to decide in your head if you really think the expectations and duties of a GSA are worth such a low wage. Remember, you do pretty much everything a GSTL would do.

    But that’s not all!

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