Questions and Answers about Target

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Target.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Target.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

320 questions

I reapplied online, updating my information. Someone from HR contacted me about one of the positions I applied for. She told me about the position's duties and hours and asked about my availability before setting up a day and time to be interviewed.

Answered

See 16 answers
Report question

Honestly, awful. I used to be excited to go into work everyday, but that was before Target decided to schedule me every single weekend for 8 hours.

Answered

See 15 answers
Report question

It depends. In the past the training was tremendous. Now it seems you get barely any training and they won't tell you anything but then hold you accountable for mistakes. As a trainer in numerous areas unable to train anyone formally now, this makes me disappointed with the company.

Answered

See 15 answers
Report question

Discount, 41k plan, health care, dental plan

Answered

See 15 answers
Report question

How far do they go back for abackground check

Answered

See 14 answers
Report question

Scheduling was one of the things I liked the most. All the shifts, save for the morning ones, were reasonable enough and told to you ahead of time. You could also check your schedule online, or call in and say you weren't going to be able to make it. You could also request days off from the employee portal.

Answered

See 14 answers
Report question

I never worked in he back I always was out in the front.

Answered

See 14 answers
Report question

No, sometimes there are less and sometimes there are more.

Answered

See 14 answers
Report question

If you work a 5 hour shift, you only get one 15 minute break. If you work an 8 hour shift, you get a 15 minute break follows by an unpaid 30 minute lunch and then a last 15 minute break.

Answered

See 14 answers
Report question