September 5, 2016 - SamRan
The heavily remorse case
Got hired, hate it. Can’t switch positions or to another Target because I’m under that insanely stupid 90-day policy that only benefits Target. Looking into quitting before I can fulfil the 90 days.. sure, I’ll taint my name, but it’s gotten so bad that I don’t care anymore.
RedCards suck. No one wants your lousy 5%, it’s not worth it. Bet that not even one of those high-class snobs that own the company or manages a store have one either.
Thanks for using your employees to boost your RedCard sales, forcing them to get one when hired. Thanks for giving me a traumatic experience, I seriously flinch when someone says red, wears red, or if someone has a target bag or mentions anything with the word Target in the sentence. Thanks for saying you only hired me because I’m pretty and you thought your RedCard sales would go up. Thanks for making me loose weight and get multiple stress pimples over your stupid card. Thanks for being the cause behind multiple breakdowns and anxiety ridden 31-minute breaks. Thanks for making me hate any acronym, ETL LOD BOB ABC. Thanks for yelling at me in front of everyone HR and for telling everyone to yell at me consecutively for a week, for going into compliance ONCE. Thanks for not understanding the concept of privacy HR and telling everyone I was sick before and now that I’d like to leave and “can’t handle the pressure” (the word you’re looking for is harrassment, it fits better). Thanks for trapping me in a 90-day contract which I wasn’t notified about until after signing everything. Thanks for not believing me and expecting me to work when I had an infection and called in sick, making me feel worse. Thanks for giving me experience on how to handle whiny and bratty customers, since that’s all you seem to have (And yes, I called them customers, not guests.). Thanks for making me fall back on school. Thanks for introducing me to the worst store leader that doesn’t even know how to handle customers properly, let alone their employees. Thanks for the constant put down.
But truly, I am grateful for opening my eyes. Never shopping or allowing any of my friends and family to shop there ever again, let alone apply and work there. Now I’m going to do more research before applying anywhere.
Hopefully whoever reads this takes it as a warning, and to heart.
It really is that bad working there, no one is exaggerating.