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What would you suggest Target management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Train them more effectively.

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Stop the favoritism and nepotism prevalent specially at Target Clovis Sierra vista mall that place is rigged and lots of thieving due to management hiring and keeping their buddies on the payroll

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When they do the surveys about what employees think, about management, or their workplace, the management under NO circumstance should be able to review those private answers AND should not go to employees and suggest they change their answers, before all answers are turned in.
Unfair AND not moral.
You get what you get. Store #2204

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The leaders should speak with the people above them about finding a process that works for everybody. They constantly change the ways we do our work and it doesn't always work for everyone. Some people will say something about it and the leaders will make it seem as if they're actually taking what's been said into consideration but months later nothing has really changed. I believe if each store had it's own process that worked well for all of its employees, the workers would probably not complain so much.

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Treat everyone fairly, with respect and equally.

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Every day I watch the LOD's stand around in a group, laughing and looking at their phones while my coworkers and I are running around sweating, waving our arms to get their attention because we need help or need change for the register. And they get paid more. But then they yell at us for having a cup of water out in a visible spot. There is a very clear hierarchy that is not at all necessary, so when people use their position of power against you but then mess around when they're making triple what I make, it's really frustrating.

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Well their should be respect in all work place , I feel we all are human we gonna make mistake , you learn from your mistake bounce right back up . if you don't know Something not sure go yr Mgr ask questions . if that the right way , also have some shift huddle meeting with yr employer in a daily basic , recognize. Yr employer say hey you did a good job today or thank you for coming for short notice , or thank you for staying late . when their call out value yr employer.

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Their should be more feedback, if someone is doing something wrong , I suggest to step and show them the right way of doing thing 😊

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I would suggest stepping in and actually doing work. We will respect you so much more if you actually stepped in for back up calls or reshop calls or we saw you guys help us zone or push. Also treat us like real people who are competent and able. You guys are in a lead position so lead by example and try your hand at some of the tasks you all ask us to do. Also get to know your employees and be genuine about. Acting like we’re more than just target employees will allow for such a better working environment and higher productivity. People leave bc they feel disrespected, unappreciated, unwanted and disposible. It’s bad enough the customers are rude the last thing we need are lod’s who are worse.

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Actually genuinely ask us if we are doing okay on our workload. Get to know us on a personal level instead of work related. Appreciate the hard workers and don’t take them for granted.

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