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If you were to leave Target, what would be the reason?

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Lod’s don’t do work, under staffing, unrealistic workloads, horrid hr team, inconsistent hires, lack of team work, extremely hot back room temperatures, pushing until 9:30 while still being expected to do a perfect zone for more than 1 area and do reshop, intimate relationships between management and employees, abuse of authority, favoritism...as you can see the list goes on

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Target has its good points and bad but if you want to be discriminated to death pushed around from leads who are bully;s correct your work when they can't do half of what you do its bad real bad they have all their favorites Hr is the worse you can't trust them for anything and its just down right degrading the way they treat their team members for someone whose never missed a day has worked several double shifts worked fourteen days straight without a day off and has ran circles around team leads they treat me like a dog and ow threatening to fire me cause I spoke up its so sad

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No hours,favoritism,just a overall bad sketchy store . Get out while you can. Look elsewhere. They don’t care about the employee needs. Simple as that!!

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Yes I moved to wahpeton

Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Fargo, ND

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Health reasons

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Moorpark, CA

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To look for a better career and pay.

Answered - Cashier Hostess (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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Management

Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Nashua, NH

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I would leave due to always being called on my days off to come in. Also, they try to change my schedule by extending my shifts. For example, if i were scheduled for four hours for a particular day they would want me to stay and do eight hours instead. So i would leave for scheduling conflict. Its like they dont want me to have a day off or like i have nothing else to do. And im a team member not an LOD or any other kind of management.

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I've worked for Target a long time. They will make me leave because they have allowed a known bully/awful person to remain at various stores despite years of complaints and rotten attendance. They haven't followed their own company outlook in doing so. It's very disheartening as I've enjoyed the job and people I work with.

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I have worked at Target Starbucks for 2 years. Our STL is completely rude and gives no compliments for our members. Many of my coworkers - including me - have walked back and saw the STL, ETL, and HR all talking and laughing and relaxing. They were clearly not on any breaks. I’ve worked very hard at my job and I’m not even a team lead and I act like one. I’ve gotten no pay raise and no appreciation from what I do.
The worst part about this is I got put on corrective action twice! The first one was an understandable mistake on my end but the second time was unacceptable. Steritech came in and noticed my nose ring in and they docked us points for it so the leader of our food area came to give me a corrective action for 6 months. There are many coworkers I work with who have earrings, nose rings, watches, and wear much more but I got called in out of all of us. Our STL is completely sexist and hires all women LOD’s and only 1 male (who they all go gaga for). They are a group of 3 that went to college together.
We also had a meeting to ask for more hours in our department and the ETL simply LIED TO ALL OF US. She stole our hours and gave them to a different department, according to our TL. This is UNACCEPTABLE for ANY Target. I should not have to come home stressed out or crying in tears.

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