Look for another job. Target is not a good place to work. 3 people have quit the clothing side of the store. What Target expect out of an employee is unachieveable. The only good thing is the benefits and Target’s web page for employees is good. The web page cares for employees but does not trickle down to store level. Keep looking.
Perhaps you are looking for part-time work as your child heads back to school, you are tired of retirement, OR maybe you just need the extra $$$!
In any case, Target is a great place to apply!
They have flexible hours making it easy for you to create a schedule that works well for you.
So check out some Target jobs hiring now in your area!
I was let go from a company in early July after misaligning with management (last day was agreed on in June). I was given too many tasks to do and when I politely asked to delegate tasks to other people, my manager was really rude about it and said she could no longer guarantee a set amount of hours on my contract.
Fast forward, I am now working a seasonal job at Target to pay the bills and I am feeling really defeated. I have been applying to marketing jobs (my forte) ever since I learned I was being let go. I keep having interviews but no job offers other than Target and Ikea. I have a Master's degree in International Communications, and I cannot seem to find a role that suits my experience. I am 25, highly educated, adaptable, and have experience in marketing program management, strategy and social media marketing. I just want something that is applicable to my background and doesn't have me on my feet for 8 hours a day.
Target was obviously bringing communities to their jobs...even if the company itself had to pay for their travel. I was very impressed with their communication skills overall, as a company. They even helped me to navigate a leave of absence during the holiday season - for medical reasons. I would appreciate any opportunity to work for and/or with "Target", in the future.