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Eduardo they don’t drug test at target

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I applied through a temp agency and they called me asking me to come in for an interview.

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Upper management doesn't care about anything but trying to take the next step and will step on anyone to get where they want to be.

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Treat people the way you would want to be treated.

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In my experience, Target does NOT hire felons. I believe it depends on what your felony is. I have a grand theft of government funds felony. Target did not hire me. The rest of my background was clear with stable employment except for the six months I was in prison. I have two college degrees and was hired for part time seasonal pending background check. I was 100% honest with them the entire time. I later received a letter from first advantage.

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Getting to the cafeteria on time to enjoy your lunch and having to meet a certain goal at the end of the day in order to keep your job.

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Right a way

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I worked for target during the holiday season, and all people that work in the inside the store stocking or checking customers out wear tan long pants but if you collect shopping carts they can wear tan shorts, also once while I was there we got to wear jeans for a few days

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Consent for the background on Tuesday called for orientation Wednesday. 24 hour turn around for me

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If six hours or more one lunch you work 5 hours or less you get one fifteen minute break. If you work more than five hours it's one lunch (30 minute unpaid), and one fifteen minute break, seven or more hours is one break, one lunch and then another break. It's usually around every two or two and a half hours a break occurs.

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