Beauty Concierge (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 6, 2017
Being a Beauty Concierge was interesting. Not a lot of people in the aisles of Target want to be approached by someone attempting to tell them to buy product. The team was nice but hardly anyone approached you unless you went out of your way to talk to them. At one point Target ruled that the vendors could no longer use their break room so during your breaks you basically had to go sit on a bench in public. There seemed to be a lot of distance between Target and it's vendors.
good pay, consistent schedule
not flexible schedule, no paid time off, no advancement, "lone wolf" workeplace
The company just went from employee based to Corp. based.
VP of Technical Operations (Current Employee) – Papillion, NE – July 14, 2015
*Busy witch makes the day fly by *Fiber scoping and testing with the O.D.M 400 equipment *Micro Management. They taking away benefits from the employee a little bit at a time to save a buck. *Hard working but have become confused with the company's new direction. * Trying to convince the other employees to stay with the company. * Working on the jobs and finishing them ahead of schedule.
New management is all about the company and they don't care about the employee anymore.
Design Technician (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – August 1, 2012
A very enjoyable experience working with knowledgable individuals in a relaxed atmosphere. I was challenged to the limits of my design knowledge which was frustrating to me at times. In my previous job, I was one of the most knowledgable individuals in my work environment. I had to learn new tools and expand my design knowledge which was also rewarding.
Our office was on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder, Colorado. We enjoyed the restaurants and culture of the area while providing in-depth consultation and design services to our customers.