April 24, 2014 - DestroyTarget
Target is Driving Me Nuts
Target is ridiculous. No matter how many times I remind Target, they always think it’s ok to schedule me to work during school hours, and this time, it’s during the week of Final Exams. Now I have to miss two work days because of they won’t listen to me and ignore what I message them through MAX Self-Service, so this week, I only have one workday. Our cash registers STILL aren’t updated and fixed. They still lag, freeze, and reboot at the worst of times. The GSTL’s take forever just to get me more change. They told the cashiers not to put on our lane blinkers, and to instead press the Help button and select “Get GSA/GSTL”. The message that is sent is either ignored or they have their PDA’s (or whatever they are) on mute! It hurts so much just to take a few minutes to get me cash and reload my cash register to the point that I have to move to several other cash registers because they haven’t been loaded with money, either! The GATLs also forget to tell you when to go on your break or lunch. You could remind them and they’d still forget a few seconds later. Then the LODs wonder why you have two meal compliances in a row (like me). If I go on my break without permission, I get coached and lectured that I have to get permission to leave, first. Also, I can’t sell a single redcard, either. No one wants one, and five percent only decreases one’s total by a few pennies. Who would want that card? An acquaintance of mine was very dissatisfied with the ten cents or so deducted from the amount she had to pay for her groceries. The fact that GSTLs keep reminding me that getting my own redcard increases my score is plain stupid. If I get the card, what am I going to do with it? I don’t shop online, I don’t return any I buy, and I don’t want to donate anything to any schools. It’d be a useless piece of plastic to me. Since I have the lowest score. I’ll be moved to soft lines, though no one is sure exactly when I’ll be moved to soft lines. I can’t stand this place. I should start studying for an office job; I wouldn’t mind that.