Over-all my experience at Target wasnt that bad. There was a lot of turn over with pharmacy managers. Our core team of techs and pharmacists was amazing. The customers on the west side were usually very difficult to deal with. The DEA was at our location quite a bit and there were a lot of arrests due to violence towards staff and fake prescriptions.
Target management was good. My manger had a good vision of what he had in mind for the store and inspired his employees to work with him. When it came to helping solve problems in my department he did slightly struggle and left me blowing in the wind. Overall the store was ok.
Target Team Member (Former Employee) – Goshen, IN – March 19, 2019
I was a minor age 17. I applied to work during the summer and i didn’t get in until a week before school began but the whole point of applying in summer was to have a summer job. Once I worked there I realized that I was barely getting any hours in about 3 minimum and 8 max WEEKLY. My checks were usually around $90 mind you we were paid biweekly so I would barely make anything. I was constantly asking for more hours but never received any so I ended up quitting.
Various Positions (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – March 19, 2019
I really enjoyed my time at Target. I started in high school and never intended on staying for 12 years. I left due to unforeseen opportunity and leaving was difficult due to the great leadership and personal development they provided me.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – March 19, 2019
This is a mediocre place to work at. Specifically the one i work for. Through 1 year, team leader of mine was replaced 4 times and there were long stints in which my department had to manager. Half the management does not actually work, case and point being previous STL of this site was fired for having skimmed hours of employees schedule so they can have larger checks.
there are none, they offer nothing.
management is not transparent and incredibly unrealistic
Seasonal Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 19, 2019
target's fine. If you're used to big box retail you know what to expect. Management is generally pretty relaxed and not pushy about getting sales. A lot of Target's money comes from groceries and clothes and other things people don't need to be upsold on, so I wasn't pushed to sell extra accessories or warranties or things like that.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Fitchburg, WI – March 19, 2019
I felt like I got paid a reasonable amount but the managers are rude and don’t seem to care about the employees. My manager has said a ton of microaggressions and racist comments towards me. Not a fun place to work at and on top of all that they cut peoples hours and are very inconsistent. Also they recently changed the store manager at the Fitchburg location (which is where I worked) and he is also very rude to his employees.
It was a good place to work but I couldn’t build a career there
Consumables Team Member (Former Employee) – Vallejo, CA – March 19, 2019
I liked target it was a good place to work.I juss couldn’t build a career there.They didn’t give any over time and the pay wasn’t that good.The only part that was good was that my manager was a good understanding manager
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Midway, GA – March 19, 2019
Target Distribution in Midway Ga is the worst company to work for. They definitely don’t care about any of there employees when you get hurt on there time they are a bunch of slave driving people with no experience in anything if you read this stay away the money isn’t that great for the bs you deal with you are maxed out in 2 years hope you don’t work there for 20 years good luck. The only good thing about it is the name Target.They definitely show favoritism Junky equipment