Target Team Member (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 22, 2018
A typical day at work is usually relaxed. On the weekends its a little fast paced. Management is okay. Hardest part of the job is staying aware and customer-service like for a long period of time. The most enjoyable part of the job is greeting and meeting new people.
Target Team Member (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – December 10, 2018
i have learned in this job how to be nice to people, work in a past pace environtment, the hardest part if only few employees are around, it meansi have to cover every departmen. its a fun place to work also.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Richfield, MN – December 10, 2018
Coworkers are fun to work with. Upper management in store is a lot of recent college graduates that go on power trips. Some of the managers are actually good and care about you and the department. The actual department manager that I worked for was the best manager that I ever had at a job.
TEAM MEMBER (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 10, 2018
Target is a good company but the specific store that I work at has hired way too many people and we are only getting 1-2 shifts a week. This wasn't terrible for a few weeks but now I am about to graduate and I cannot live off of 4-9 hours a week.
Nice place to work with caring managers and staff.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – December 10, 2018
I would stock, cashier, and clean based on what was needed from me that day. All of these jobs have customer service as a requirement as well, and this is very important. Helping the customers at target is something placed on a pedestal.
3 days, 12 hour shifts, high pay for warehouse job, low pay for OM but they not the greatlest most of the time
Target Team Member (Current Employee) – DeKalb, IL – December 10, 2018
no care for family life, if your behind on work or its the holiday months, expect mandatory overtime 10 or 12 hour shifts. work 364 day a year, only December 25 off. managers walk on you most of the time but wont help you move up. in my case they tend to use the Team Members to look good but give little to no recognition for them. each department only gets 2-5% vacation at a time, so that's usually only 2-4 ppl that can get a day off and they go of seniority.
pay, 3-4days off when not in peak season, benefits
Team Member (Current Employee) – Laurel, MD – December 9, 2018
The TL and LODs give you a set of task where you need to be more than one person to complete everything. The abuse of power is an understatement, they’ve yelled at us in front of “guests”. They treat us with no respect and talk down to us. They take advantage of new members and make them do their work for them, claiming it’s just a “favor” then get angry when you don’t have time to help them. I’ll give the store some cred and it’s the team members, but of course it’s like high school and it’s like a soap opera everyday. When I had first started I would have 30 some hours and now I only get 12-15 hours. Which eventually got me a depressing looking check!! I barely got trained in my area. And then they threw me on the register to bare it out myself. Overall the store itself sucks, but the team members is what makes me stay. I honestly hope they get things straightened up around there for everyone’s sake.
Target Team Member (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – December 8, 2018
When I got the job, I was excited. Co-Workers were very friendly. A couple weeks into the job LODs were beginning to be a bit rude. I never got the credit I deserved, customers would admire my help and LODs would tell me my customer service was horrible. It was very stressful. The pay and hours were horrible. The favoritism in that place was unfair. I only got 8-20 hrs a week. My raise was disappointing because of all my unnoticed hard work. I never got a good compliment from them, which is why I left...