Target is one of the major pioneers of the "Ban the Box" movement trying to make it a law that employers cannot ask about felonies on application, so yes they do hire felons, but they will still do a background check, so don't expect to get hired with an attempted murder, armed robbery, or numerous domestics
Yes they do, you have to explain your record during the background check, also proof of any rehabilitation, certificate of relief, etc.
They do check I went to an interview and now I didn't get hire because my felony
Yes they do and I'm a living proof.
Yes they do but they get treated bad
Answered - Target, Cashier (Former Employee) - Orland Park, IL
Yes, as far I Know Target stores do not ask for criminal background in their applications.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
Target does not employ felons
Answered - Brand Team Member (Current Employee) - Fridley, MN
Yes, as far I know Target is a felon friendly company.
Answered - Target Team Member, Cashier, Cart Attendant (Current Employee) - Racine, WI
No they do not
Answered - Target cashier (Former Employee) - Bakersfield, CA
In 2013, Target started removing questions about a person's criminal background from some of its applications. In spring 2014, it applied the change to the company as a whole. However, the company maintains its right to run a background check on applicants, to keep stores safe and to protect its property. Even if a background check turns up an applicant's criminal history, Target doesn't disqualify that person for employment, according to a Target spokesperson.