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Target was at times, a nice place to work. However when the time came for me to get a promotion, they simply gave it to someone else, and never gave me a chance. My experience after this was simply not only negative, but unfair as well.
I enjoy working at Target! It's a more traditional job with your schedule posted 2 weeks in advance, most of the other team members enjoyable to work with, and I know that I'll have a job to do when I come in. It's reliable as long as you come to work when you're scheduled and work efficiently. There's plenty of grace for learning when you're new and helpful management. If you're looking for something less stressful (with cute clothes to buy when you're off the clock), I would recommend looking at Target.
The job called for too much responsibility with too little pay.
Super easy going & smooth.
I truly enjoyed working at Target, the culture atmosphere and work environment has been the best I have ever seen. Their corporate influence was accommodating to any person based on race, belief, lifestyle and creed.
A great place to work at, but with the pay raise last year, there's next to no hours for anybody except leadership.
Women are well-represented in leadership but the company falls short when dealing with issues of women's safety and well-being.
Good job very relaxed and chill
I like the job, being trained in multiple areas of the store, just wish I could work full time.
I liked the job at first, but they never really had me trained they just put me in different places everyday and I just figured it out. They also weren't nice when asked if I could have my schedule changed a bit because I worked every single weekend that I was employed there and I wanted to have just 1 weekend day off a week.
I worked here for a time and it wasn't the greatest. Management acted very high and mighty towards lower level employees and they were also pretty two-faced.
I really enjoyed my time with Target, it’s a great company to work for IF you’re interested in working. A lot of young people go to work there thinking it will be an easy job, it’s not, it’s tough just like anything else. It was a fulfilling job with its ups and downs, but I did enjoy my time there.
I love my coworkers but the management is terrible, not to mention, they dont care about your mental or physical health. They will keep pushing you and if u miss to many days for being sick well there is a coaching on the way.
Target is a great place to work!! The management is good and caring and they are flexible. Co-workers are amazing and over time they begin to feel like family.
The company made changes recently to further line the pockets of the higher ups. Drastically cutting hours during the busiest season not only made the store look like garbage, but hurt the team members financially. There are OSHA violations everywhere in the backroom, and if you dare bring it up to a Lead, you'll get yelled it. They cut hours but still expect the same amount of work to get done as it used to. When asked why hours are so low, HRs response is "we only guarantee our Team Members 4 hours a week." The store is turning quite a profit, and the store leadership will be enjoying a nice bonus, however the team members who are actually putting in the physical labor will get nothing.
I like target because I get the communication with customers I need and I also love helping people get what they need and want without issues.
I received a full-time position here and they only gave me about 15 hours a week. Yeah the pay was great but for full-time I should been working a minimum of 30 hours a week. I’m highly upset that I was lied to from the beginning. They’re scheduling is horrible. Not to mention the management talks about you behind your back. Then when you go to your HR which is supposed to be there for you and help you they basically laughed in your face.
The problem I had working at Target, strictly lies within its management structure. I understand it’s a bigger company, bigger companies need a larger management team. But, for me personally, I worked at this specific Target location for 6 months and only met 3 of my 15-22 LOD’s (Leader on Duty). I feel more comfort and find that it’s a more welcoming work environment when I actually know my superiors, all of them.
Worked from 2007-2015. When pay went up for new hires old hires still got payed the samemin wage of 7.00 while new hires made 9.00No room for growth if you were a friendly customer person male or female. Favouritism twords friends and races.Im young white and female. Some of the female black managers held me back from higher paying jobs. One was fired for her remarks twords me in a interview, stating I was not focused and then personaly attacking me. I didnt stick to a script of how are you, would you like a red card? More like hi mrs. Moon, did we have your brand today? Oh wonderful! we now have mobile coupons or heres a coupon from our ad. Thanks for comming see you again.
Highly reremends their employees over lack of red card sales. Dose not care about female condition. Dont matter how hot you get cant fan yourself. Bad work conditons. Heat would go out for longer than a week in certain areas of store. Better yet corp would set store temperature from another state. its 100+ in alabama in the summer and the store is set at 75 but with foot traffic its more like 80-85.No fans at all were aloud no matter how hot it was!!!Food machines would break and not get repaired for months. Better yet no food managers at all.Before i left the oven was broke for two months. Bad management. No one knew how to order stock for food area or clean machines.Still having this problem in 2018 as they are out of caramel popcorn due to no orders. No employees loyalty.Been with company for so long, want a better paying postion thats available? Too bad they hired a new person instead.Want to become pharmacy? Go to school for it then take interview for postion. Too bad they dont hire instore anymore as of that next day when your manager finds out and refused to allow the change.Yeah please dont work here ever its the absolute worst and they dont care about customers they care about red cards.
It takes forever to reach a full time position
The main manager has no idea what she is doing and is also very rude. Human resources lady could honestly care less about you also.
Management is so wishy washy and unfair, even for retail.
They take advantage of the hard workers and make them do everything instead of evenly distributing work. I was basically an assistant manager and wasn't paid like one. Kept adding more responsibilities but not enough time to complete them.
Great employees with the goal of growing each employee as a Target Leader. Retail hours are non negotiable and work life balance can become a struggle to maintain.
Working at target was good I met good people I had a nice supervisor that cared.
Target is a decent place to work. The pay is better than most retail places where I live.
Target in itself is great, but if you work in the Starbucks (still considered a Target employee) you are overworked, underpaid and not appreciated.
Great place to work but I’m getting older and need a better paying job.
The flow team is less than accommodating They are disrespectful and rude. Likes to make fun of other employees including but not limited to management pushing you to your limits and belittling you by calling you Lucille Ball when you can not keep up due to your perment illness
The environment at Target was very “clique-like”. Promotions were based on popularity and working in HR, showed how unethically the company was. Making $1 more than the cashiers in a professional job was very insulting. They also had me cross train in all other postions at the store and eventually I was working all those other postions other than what I was hired for.
The people you work with typically become some of your greatest friends. The work isn't terrible at all for a big box retailer. However, they are working on rebranding currently and some idea are kinda just ass backwards. Depending on management it can be a great fun place. However my last store manager was terrible and drove several great employees away including myself.
Terrible place to work
Target is a very pleasant place to work. Everyone is a team, no matter the position. Everyone gets treated with the same respect as the leads.
Amazing place to work!
Very labor intensive workload. Not sufficiently staffed. Not enough hours for workload. Inexperienced upper management. Knowing that you are disposable.
It's the worst place to work. I'd rather pick up trash.
There are times that my store feels very much like a family and other times it feels very corporate. I find it hard to believe, with as much revenue as Target brings in per capita, that we have to continuously cut hours, overwork staff, can’t raise the wages or give constant raises, and don’t have better benefits. Living in Northern Virginia, it is not cheap, and our employees work hard. They should be rewarded justly.
I loved working at target. But my leader at the time did not like me. She was unwilling to give me the job I was hired for. Target let’s you be you, meaning if you have tattoos showing or piercings you can let them show, that was my favorite part. Although I left target because of my leader I would most definitely go back for my coworkers and the atmosphere.
Great company to work for! Loved what I was doing, but needed more money and hours in order to stay.
Target is a huge corporation that is mainly concerned with the money making side of business. I had a sexual discrimination issue with the company even in a management role in which I flourished and displayed strong leadership skills.
If you upset the Manager, he will make sure you get fewer hours and HR will take his side and basically do their best for you to quit. They will approve time off a schedule you and not say anything and then write you up for being a “no call no show” ... they have done this to many employees. One of my coworkers went into labor and couldn’t call in due to that reason... they fired her. She was always at work on time and did what she was supposed to. It’s poorly ran by a young man with no life experience and who wants people to worship the ground he walks on and as soon as you don’t, you hours instantly are cut and and you get stuck doing the fitting room and getting ignored because no one wants to loose their job.
Management does not communicate or try to help you go further your opportunity. They have started a new module where they threaten everyone with writes up if your job or team members are not the way they want it.
A welcoming environment but difficult to grow because of the size of the company. Good benefits but it takes a while to be eligible.
Not understanding of medical issues (type one diabetes) and hospitalization.
Great place to work
Love the target Family but management is always overwhelmed and short staffed and they hire new people for more than they pay former employees. They do not value employees loyalty and for not reward employees for achievement. They do not pay extra for years working or for degrees, being cross trained, or for training team members.
Initially, I loved working at Target. They were making some great moves as far as product lines, creative freedom, and a willingness to listen to opinions and ideas. The expectations for this role changed as leadership changed, and those expectations were not communicated. I was constantly made to feel inconsequential and undermined. Sadly, I wasn't the only Team Lead that felt this way. As much as this company wanted to evolve, it only wanted to in its own little box.
It is a very decent job no doubt, but I feel like people take advantage of me to do their work. I would be by myself for 4+ hours and people who come I. The afternoon will complain about the undone things that are out of my control.
It was a basic first job environment. Not much expansion offered, the hours were awful, the benefits weren’t much. It wasn’t anything to rave about, but it wasn’t completely terrible.
Target was the worst job i have ever had. The work was fine the customers were great but the management and team members were the worst. I've never worked somewhere where people were so blatantly disrespectful and demeaning to each other.
It’s so unorganized and upper management has no care if you are paid enough to live and take care of your family, they threaten to fire you if you ask for time off
Honestly when I leave for Cincinnati and am forced to quit to be able to go on a work trip that was planned before I even applied there is a good chance I will never come e back to work here again. I get criticized for being overly sick one day. I was told in my interview that the time I needed off was fine and then again verified that it was fine. Then had a discussion with HR about it and when my assistant manager found out that my time off that he promised me was not okay he didn’t come find me to tell me he waited for me to come to him to ask if I needdd to put it in the computer then he tells me in order to have that time off o need to put in my 2 weeks and IF they are hiring when I come back i can get onboarded again. Honestly for what you get paid here they ask way too much of you. Your also paid for 1 job but you are responsible for 4 jobs being done!
This store in particular, not necessarily all Target's, is a stressful environment to work in. As mid-level leadership or team leads as they call you, your schedule is in their hands. There is no work-life balance. They place most of the operational responsibilities on team leads, but team leads pay increases never represent that. I've had issues with upper-leadership and harassment, and those issues were not handled correctly or at all. Most bad behavior from upper management is simply pushed under the rug, and the victim is left to bear the brunt of their nad decisions. I just can't, in good conscience, recommend this Target to anyone.
Good company. I’m looking for something better 8 hours a day Monday through Friday and first shift only.
Target is one of the only jobs I’ve had that truly made me happy, paid me a fair wage, and respected me as a person. I couldn’t be happier with the store I work at.
If you knew someone or slept with someone, you could move up in the company.
Target did not provide a work life balance for an Executive. 10-12 hour work days are expected and you work Sunday-Sunday. Missing out on holidays and weekends really affects personal relationships. Some of the physical duties of an executive can be demanding. Working for Target means you can never plan your life. You will constantly be moved and your schedule will almost never be set.
On a positive, there is a lot of female representation and some of your peers will really make going to work worth it!
I worked guest services, photo lab, pharmacy and Starbucks. I was never good enough
Great place to work, shop and grow!
Great learning opportunities and great mentorship from executives
The pay was nice and the equal opportunities were great but no matter what, still just a number to them. They’re such a big company that they don’t really care about the individuals working for them.
Great company to work for but difficult to move upward.
The current female ETL is terrible, unfriendly, and impossible to communicate with. She is the reason I am giving up my current supervisory position in search of a new job placement.
There were a lot of chance for promotion within the ranks. If you were a good worker, managers trained you and helped you advance. However they started paying too much attention to word from higher ups and forgot the importance and value of their lower end team members.
Working for Target has been the best part time job ever. The energy and enthusiasm of my mostly younger colleagues is infectious and I enjoy Guest interactions. The management is all very professional and exceptional in the way that they jump in and help wherever and whenever needed. It’s a positive place for women, men, gender-fluid, gay, straight, any and all ethnic backgrounds, even the younger people who choose to express their individual style with tattoos or piercings or colorful and non-conventional hairstyles are welcomed. The pay is great, the work is hard and phisically demanding but it’s good that even someone retired with a disability like me is an important part of the team and I feel relevant. I had planned to work only through the holidays last year, but I was asked to stay on and I’m really happy I have done so. It’s a fun place to work.
Good company, but working with corporate to get my maternity leave was a nightmare. They wanted some paperwork, but the only way to send it in was through fax. If I could afford a fax machine I wouldnt be working at Target. SET UP AN EMAIL!!!
Regarding New Mothers: Co-workers who have needed to pump for breastfed babies feel rushed. There is no private room for mothers. Instead they are given a meeting room with no lock that people may or may not walk through while pumping
Target provided food for co-workers during holidays like Christmas Eve. However, the co-workers were not very excepting and were very judgmental.
I love working with target. I don’t like my team leader. This person does not know how to be a team player. Does not care for anyone but themselves. Also, I am not given any opportunities to show my true self. I prefer to work in a different position because of how I am appreciation I get from that position.
I have been with Target for four and a half years. It’s a female-friendly company, with plenty of female leadership and equal opportunity. I love Target, and I love representing them in apparel. Would I work here forever? No. There’s not been enough of a cost-of-living adjustment, and it’s not what I’m passionate about anyways. It’s been great for paying bills and getting me through college so I can continue on to have the career that I want. Occasionally there are some coworkers that aren’t pleasant to work with and might harass me a little, but I am aware of Target’s strong policy against sexual harassment, so if I ever did feel threatened, I would immediately take my issue to HR.
Target is a great company to work for!
Most of what isnt great has nothing to do with gender.
I have worked with this company for 4 years now. There have been no major issues until recently with another employee sexualizing women and other team members unwantedly. I have alerted HR and nothing seems to have been done about it.
We have quite a few females in leadership positions from mid-level to Sr. levels. They are also going into a more visual inspired looks in store which allows more females to grow and take more roles in the company. Target takes good care of their employees with benefits.
Target used to be a great company to work for. In recent years the focus has changed and it seems they don't care about the team members anymore. There's a lot of problems with management being hired straight out of school without any experience with retail or how to manage people.
It’s not a bad place to work I just don’t care about selling clothes to people anymore!
Overall Target is a good place to work if your looking for a place to start at. The employees work well with each other.
The company doesn’t seem like they put men before women, they believe in equality at Target.
We are paid decently, but when we got all said raises, people that have been there 10+ years are paid the same as a new 16 year old cashier, which is not okay. The "store team leader" aka store manager used to be everyone's favorite, but after Christmas changed and only cares for store perfection and not his employees. There was 1 night middle of March (not even a busy month" he made us stay late, on a Tuesday night till 3 a.m. when we close at 11 p.m. just so the store was to "his standards" even though some of us had college classes to go to in the morning.
Just an exhausting environment
I reported a sexual harassment case a month ago that was happening to me and they did nothing and it ended up putting me in a psychiatric hospital and he has still yet to be disciplined.
Target is a pretty good place to work, but the time off policy is abysmal.
I find that I have no room to grow in male store.
Target holds attitude and demeanor to the same degree as punctuality, attendance, and job performance which is refreshing. A negative attitude can be an insidious cancer to a work team and Target gets that. If you're not nice, you're out. More companies should abide by this philosophy.
It’s absolutely equal treatment there regardless of gender, age, or any other divisive category.
Overall I enjoyed working here.
You have to work when they want any time they want or you will never advance. If you have a set schedule, you will not be promoted. There is no life/work balance.
Supportive leadership, reasonable oversight
This is the first job that I feel satified at.
After working at Target for almost two years, I approached the store team leader inquiring about a possible team lead position. She has been very helpful in preparing me for interviews, as well as given me the proper resources and advice to succeed. Most team lead positions in my store are filled by women and anyone who works hard is considered for any openings within the store. Working in a specialized department, I make a little more money than the rest of the sales floor team members and have a close relationship with most of my co-workers, as well as my direct superiors. Overall the experience I've had at Target has been positive, aside from the sexist attitudes some guests seem to hold toward a female in an electronics position (but there's nothing to be done about that - it's strictly the area I live in).
The management is what makes it or breaks it.
Target was my first job and I've been with them for almost 3 years now. I've learned a lot in that time and whenever I needed to know more, someone always helped out.
At my particular store and the one I worked at previously, almost all the managers are females. Most of our Executive Team Leads are females. The HR manager is a female, the Store Team Lead is a female and even her boss (forgot her technical term, oops) is a female. It’s awesome to be working and to know that the store is dependent on this team of women, I t’s a great thing to be a part of!
Great company, but not a lot of free time
Good company but if anyone wants to get all 40hrs a week, they have to be in the hunt for available shifts and be on call at all times.
There are a few higher ups that are quite sexist toward women. They'd rather train a male, who has just started, to do 'advanced' tasks and to take over when they are gone rather than a female who has been working there for a while. Those same people will flat out say 'you are useless' if you don't do something fast, even if you have never done it before.
Love working for Target it’s a great company and really wants you to be successful!
Lots of bias towards female logistics executive team leaders, but then bias against female store leaders without logistics experience. Difficult to move into senior leadership as well. Women pigeon holed as “better for Human Resources” which is incredibly narrow so far as promotional opportunities go. Great company, but more difficult to move past executive team leader level than previously thought.
Working for Target was an amazing experience. The company and everyone that works with you does everything they can to make your work life amazing. I would never have left target if I didn’t need to relocate.
It was very cool I liked it
I can only speak on my personal experience and the particular Target that I worked at for just under a year. I was not in a management position, although I did graduate with a BS during my employment there and could of attempted to move up the ladder, the overall work atmosphere (very poor and demotivating: lack of tools, always under staff, unfair workload distribution, upper management did not participate unless HQ came), poor pay and employee benefits and lack of peer-to-peer, manager-to-co-worker, and co-worker-to-manager respect was too unsightly for me to even consider it an option. I gladly left when the opportunity presented itself. Being being a large retail chain Target has a long way to go when actually trying to support a healthy work environment that promotes employee satisfaction as well as its bottom-line.
Target really is a wonderful company. The pay was great and I can't complain about the benefits. There are always opportunities to move up, but only if you work hard and can easily speak to your success. Like any retail company, the hours are long and you may encounter a few guests who are entitled. At times it can be draining, but the relationships you build with the team is priceless.
Healthy environment short training time
The employees at Target are fun, helpful, and knowledgeable.
Over all I really like working there, and I love my team members and leaders. The leaders on duty and h.r. can be very understanding when it comes to calling out or my schedule due to me having a small child.
Target is a very stressful place to work becuse of the leadership team. Everyone likes to put blame on each other, but no one takes responsibility for what they done. There is also a lot of unnecessary drama.
Absolutely vile coworkers and environment. People are two faced and only care about their own ends and the cliques they are in. I am dumped with long hours and have expressed multiple times to have my hours changed to no avail. Management is horrible and will not listen to any issues you have. Do not work for Target. They’re money hungry demons who schedule you alone during holidays because they refuse to staff the cafe properly.
Very upbeat, friendly work environment
If you’re a part time employee, they don’t care about you being sick at all. They refuse to take doctor’s notes and after a certain amount of days missed will penalize you. Otherwise they are pretty decent depending on whether the Lead on Duty for your shift knows what they’re doing.
Target was honestly a great company. I enjoyed most of the people I worked with. They recognize hard workers. Leadership was better than other places I've worked. Of course, it wasn't perfect but I believe that for the most part Target understood the concept of taking care of your team so that they will take care of the business.
I have worked at Target for a while and right now I am having issues with management in general. It is not the same place that I started and that makes me sad. If I could go back I would but now I am looking for a supplement to my income.
There is an extreme lack of communication between management and everyone below them. People are often brought in from outside the company to work in management, with little to no retail experience whatsoever. These people are generally very ineffective at certain or all apsects of their jobs. People who deserve to be promoted from within aren't due to either petty disputes or the fact that very few find the extra work and minimal pay incress worth the effort. Team members are often scheduled to close one night and then open the next morning. Even when the minimum amount of hours (per policy) are left between closing and opening shifts, it leaves the team member with little to no sleep, and that's if we don't include things like drive time, eating, childcare, etc.
I worked for Target for 10 years. They did not give me pay raises like they should have.
The work is terrible but the coworkers make it worth it,
Male manager is very sexiest and gives me all the admin work and the men the technical work. Alit if hepeating as well. Every suggestion i have is terriable, same suggestiin by man and we got a winner. I also make 20k less than the men
I had to go on maternity leave with Target after the birth of my first child and when I came back from 3 month leave there was no flexibility with hours or schedule. Leadership micromanaged everything I did like I wasn't capable of making the same level of decisions from before I gave birth. I would instruction my team to work on certain projects then an ETL would come in and redirect my team members to another project with my knowledge or consent. Then ask me why my project wasn't completed in a timely manner. After a few months and sleepless nights, I was falling sleep while driving home with my newborn and asked to switch shifts or positions and was denied the opportunity to do other work that would be more flexible with my home life. The STL (store manager) and He just complained that they need me to do more without given me any concrete feedback or ideas on how to improve. In general, not a very family oriented company for one that preaches support during times of transition and change. I eventually felt Mom shamed and like I couldnt improve to their high standards and resigned.
Target is no longer holding up to its former reputation, and true diversity at HQ is nonexistent.
Overall they were very understanding and cooperative with everyone.
Target cares about its employees and the community overall. That’s apparent in the people they bring in as speakers and employee enrichment, as well as community outreach. Benefits are slightly below other companies of its stature, but overall it’s corporate-level salaries. Women in leadership, management possibilities, and social opportunities varies heavily between teams, which is where my satisfaction lags. It can be political, but in my discussions with friends it’s not terribly different than other companies. Overall, it’s a very good learning company and challenging.
Target is basically Walmart with better PR.
Great company, low pay.
This particular store has many problems. It is very cliquey and no one does anything about this. If you are not liked, they will go out of their way to find something that is wrong and blame you for it. There is so much drama here, and management refuses to do anything about it. They just turn a blind eye to the situations.
I am always proud to say I work for Target because they treat their employees, community and guests extremely well. I am particularly proud of their stance on social issues and their response to events that demean minorities. If I could do this job Mon-Fri 8-4, not on holidays, I would do this job forever. Truly, I would.
Don't do it
externally, they're among the most inclusive. internally, the company is ageist, unsupportive of team members with physical limitations & has recently changed staff requirements, forcing many older team members out of jobs they've held for years.
It is very difficult for women in my experience to enter areas that aren't defined as feminine. Most of the women were put into "softlines" also know as apparel. When asking if I could move to electronics I was scoffed at. Even if your managers are okay with you working electronics, guests may not take you seriously.
The REDCARD initiative is a major turnoff for employees and shoppers. It makes work more stressful than needed and the sole emphasis is not necessarily on good customer service.
Everyone I work with is extremely nice and understanding. Everyone is very easy to work with.
I am at an entry level position and still fairly new to the company but there is a lot of female leadership which is a very important thing to me.
They do not seem to care how physically capable you are. I am fairly small, I weigh 95 pounds. Yet they still have me do a lot of heavy lifting.
My sexual harassment claim went unnoticed. Coworker would harass me for months on end. Company said they would see it through or at least scheduale ys apart. None of above happened.
Training was not up to par. I was basically forced out of this job because the girls that I worked with did not like me and chose to tell managers other than helping me learn and fix the issue. By far the worst and most scarring job I have ever had.
expectations are ridiculous, good as a frist time job.
Women in supply chain industry are more of a minority. Target does a good job of promoting female leaders and treating all peoples equally. The work schedule can be tiring, but not insanely demanding (like Amazon). The company is going through a lot of change, which is great, but are not doing a good job training on the changes.
Wish I got paid more.
The cooperation may be alright, but the store I worked at wasn't.
Okay but mysogynistic at senior levels - especially in digital!
This store let go of several pregnant female employees at once. No males, and no females who weren't pregnant. Just those who would have eventually needed time off to bring a human into this world. Not really female friendly.
If you're really bubbly and outgoing, you'll fit in better and move up quicker. Not as important to be good at your job
If they like you and you get Red Cards the world is your oyster but if you don't good luck.
For a company that promotes itself as a great company to work for, that was not actually the case.
I only worked at this location for about 2 weeks because of how horrid they were. I was not given a place to pump, on time breaks, or a place to put my pump. I had a 2 month old baby I needed to feed and I requested a short break ebery 2.5 hours to pump. They seemed supportive but would frequently make me wait 4 or more hours before allowing me to pump. I had to go out to my car in 100+F weather and pump then take the milk into the fridge. Walking out to the car and back took almost 45m. It took me almost 20 minutes to go clock out and walk to the back parking lot. When I expressed my concerns and requested a room to pump in, they said that I had to use the bathroom. I was constantly harassed about how much longer I would be pumping and when I said at least a year, they were very rude. I could not take it anymore, as I was having supply issues with 2 weeks of a bad pump schedule and I quit.
Great place to work... when you work for or with the right people. Biased upper management leads to unfair practices and promotions.
Great place to work.
Management does not have the employees interests at heart. They're hanging out with each other in their offices more than anything. When an employee as an issue the end result is to pretty much suck it up or find a new job.
For retail work I like this employer, when I need time off I usually get it off and they work with me on my schedule. Plus my managers, supervisor and co- workers are hard workers and fun to work with.
Target is a great opportunity for those looking to start a career in Management. They often take inexperienced college grads and offer great opportunities for young women.
I actually really like the inclusiveness of Target. I'm also a music teacher, and they let me sing all I want as long as I'm still working. Also, most of my bosses are women. It's a pretty good business for women, I'd say. I haven't seen anything if the maternity leave or anything, but they wouldn't allow you to bring your baby to work. That's not a big thing though, it's a store. It's not like you'd expect to be able to bring a baby to work here.
As a company its a great place to work. I need more hours and higher pay.
Target is a great place to work but time and time again the top positions are given to the men. Most store LODs are men.
Great Leadership, an amazing STL. Most of the time the store is very good about putting the right people in the right places with the leadership team. There is a lot of leadership opportunities, including being able to promote in other stores.
The company was very, disconnected .
Target has equal pay for everyone and respects everybody, no matter their race, creed, gender, sexuality, religion, etc. However, their work hours are absurd and their definition of "part-time" might as well be full-time.
I had a very positive experience with Target. My store was queer friendly, which was a definite plus for me.
We're not allowed to drink any water while being clocked in. My co-workers and I get nauseous every shift due to the heat and constant talking about red cards.
By far the most woman-empowering and diversity inclusive company I have ever worked for. A place for growth and commitment to the customer and environment.
Really hard to hold a family and work here. They pay well and lock you in to retail making it harder to prioritize work like balance and leave the life of retail. They look for people right out of college with no other values...
Target has a great culture! They train well and treat you well in terms of annual team building exercises and outings. The pay starting is ok but when it comes to raises and moves within the company, they are penny pinchers and try to get the most out of you for the lowest rate possible. My department also highly discourage moves outside of it. When I follow protocol and advised my manager close to my 1 year about career growth, I was only given feedback about a vertical move into another position. I was happy about being considered but upset that despite being told I was one of the best on the team, I would only be told that. My raise was also less than 5% even though I was informed to be one of the best on the team.
Environment very much depends on the pyramid. IT is tough for women . Good lip service not much to back it up
Seriously, being in target stores is one of the worst things. There is no communication. And women, myself included, are continuously passed over for promotion and raises.
I worked for the company for several years, and I never had any issues until I became pregnant. At the time I told my employer I was pregnant, I was told I was being considered for a pay promotion. Once I informed them of my pregnancy, I was told I would have to wait until after I came back from maternity leave, but unfortunately once I returned, I was no longer in consideration for the promotion again. I didn't even try to continue to nurse once I returned to work because they would have made it impossible. I never missed a day of work due to my child for a year and a half, but because I had a child, I went from being a top employee to the bottom in the 12 weeks of leave I took. In fact my supervisor constantly pointed out that I had taken 12 weeks of time and not 6 weeks like most people. I guess wanting to have real time with my infant was too much to ask. This is the most un-kid friendly place to work if you are in management. As an hourly employee there is no concern.
I could have answered some of these questions in a few different ways depending on the level of management (and relationships with said management) I wanted to represent. This didn't quite allow for that, so I just answered generally/as best I could. Target's starting wage for my position is pretty good, I think, and it pats much more than a corporate Starbucks.
Target is a wonderful company to work for. I have never felt discriminated against, and have always received the care and support I need, as well as being empowered to move forward with my career.
Team leads play favorites, especially with males. Any issues brought up to team leads are ignored.
I was not offered a higher job position because I was pregnant. Many of the male team leaders only put women in the clothing side of the store, no men work in clothing and no women work in electronics.
Everyone I work with that's in higher positions than I are very understanding! There are almost more women than men that work in high positions at my store. But it feels very equal and like anyone is able to succeed.
Good Company, GREAT opportunity to learn global management. Became less personal and more robotic after many years service. Individual input and creative thinking, not encouraged until a crisis or fail in executing directives, and for struggling workcenters
store Manager treats his team lead employees horribly. In order to get any respect, you have to kiss up to him and accept responsibility for mistakes you haven't made yourself.
Out of 5 managers, only 2 are women. Men move up faster than women and the amount of hours you receive are based on how much butt kissing the HR woman you can do. All the managers are young and fresh out of college. They like workplace drama and have favorites who never get repremanded.
Abyssmal pay, barely any opportunities for growth, no set schedule, and if you couldn't work certain hours they would just cut your hours down to as little as five a week. I also compared pay stubs with quite a few employees and we noticed the men were almost always paid more, even the newest hires.
The executive manager of the store was completely sexist. I felt so bad for the female team leaders as he would always call them gender specific slurs if they did even the slightest thing wrong in his eyes. He was on vacation for about a month of my time working there and I've never seen the store function so great.
I had to quit because they did not want to allow me to take the time i needed to pump after my son was born.
Target was willing to promote if you looked a certain way. I was passsed up for promotions and opportunities by less experienced, more traditionally attractive colleagues even when my colleagues weren't interested. The pay was extremely low compared to market and women filled up the lower paying, less senior managerial positions.
I ran into a number of health issues towards the end of my time there and they responded by cutting my hours drastically.
Really a very equal opportunity atmosphere. The position you are in can be elevated if you're determined to work hard and be personally responsible in your development and honest with your supervisors. The benefits were adequate and though the pay is slightly above par for the general industry and type of business there are incentives in form of discount and health and wellness benefits.
Target was an incredible company to work for. I am a black female and was offered a salaried position in management fresh out of college with no previous retail experience. There were several women in management positions in stores and district level. The opportunities and pay were very equal!
Coworkers are amazing and can become lifelong friends, however management and scheduling are severely lacking.
Amazing place for working parents. Very flexible, your boss and team work with you if you need to leave to pick up a sick child, have to attend school functions ect. Working remotely is easily done, they give you the tools to do your job almost anywhere. Very supportive and inclusive environment
Working for Target has been an amazing experience. The field I am in specifically is very much a male dominated field (asset protections) and at Target I am shown respect and not doubt as to whether or not I can handle the responsibilities of my job since I am a woman and it gets tough sometimes. I have worked for employers where I dealt with undermining due to my gender or just been harassed, and it has literally been laughed off by my superiors because I was "just bwing dramatic." At Target I am treated with respect and they provide me with a supportive and safe environment. It's so much easier to be successful this way!
I worked in Asset Protection and as a woman, even at Targe it was not very female-friendly. I had been the longest standing officer there and was not promoted and was not asked to advance even though many male colleagues had advanced. Overall, I think Target is pro-woman, but the area in which I was apart of within Target, which was security, was not.
Very high female managerial representation. Target is also currently almost 20% female engineers in our engineering business. It is never weird to be in a conference room with half women, even in the engineering side. I personally work with a team of 4 engineers, 2 of whom are women. It is a very female friendly (and lgbtq friendly), respectful place to work.
Target tries its hardest to be equal and fair. I have plenty of female leadership to learn from and I have seen females advance in what seems like a fair way. Overall I'm very happy to work here.
Target is so diverse. Women are greatly appreciated. The people i work with make my day every day
Target is definitely a company that will reward hard work; however, I have found that depending on where in the country I am working and who my direct supervisor is, the feeling of fairness and consistency between men and women varies.
Target management is VERY lacking in the communication department, as far as upper management (Executive Team Leaders and Store Team Leaders) telling regular Team Leaders and team members anything of importance. A lot of what goes is known by word of mouth- not because management has actually told anyone, and when that happens a lot of MISCOMMUNICATION happens, as well. Target has also "fallen off of the wagon" with their old mantra, "One team, one dream!" It no longer feels like as much of a team as it once did, partially due to the communication issues. While Target management (lower level) pays well over minimum wage, there's still not any opportunity to receive a raise, other than at review time, which is once a year, around April, or if you advance to mid or upper management.
Overall I'm happy with the company I work for. Women have many leadership roles and being a woman doesn't keep me from being in the department I want to be in. While a couple of my coworkers aren't ideal to work with my company doesn't stand for any kind of sexist/homophobic behavior which is something I appreciate.
No room for growth, unqualified managers, immature and rude employees.
Working in HR, I saw how much everyone else got paid. I was highly underpaid, even for others in the same position.
Terrible pay. Hard to get time off. Good employees. Bad management.
Target has proven to be an extremely disorganized place to work. The schedule is sometimes changed without consent of the employee multiple times in one week, making it difficult to schedule around work since there doesn't seem to be a set schedule. On top of that, they constantly schedule me on days that they have filed as my unavailable days. Most of the workers that work in softlines speak little to no English, to the point where they have no idea how to use the equipment supplied by Target like the MyDevices, much less be able to communicate with a customer unless the customer knows Spanish. If I had a penny for the amount of times I've seen a worker who only knows Spanish pass a customer on to someone else because they can't speak English well enough or don't have enough of an understanding on how to use the MyDevice or even answer the phone, I would be rich beyond my wildest dreams. Training for cash register was a joke. They gave me a quick run down for how the register works, stood behind me for 10 minutes and then left me alone even though I told them I would be uncomfortable working register by myself as it was my first time doing a register job ever. There do not seem to be set procedures for daily tasks, either. Each team lead seems to have their own set of expectations that you must meet. A task that one team lead prohibits, another might encourage. So basically, you are at the mercy of whichever team lead you have for your shift, and you just have to guess and hope that you are performing up to their expectations until they have a problem with something. They have admitted to lying to corporate when they come in to do walk throughs by hiding work that was neglected to get done. The work was not done because their system of work is not effective, it is not consistent, and it needs to be worked on and fixed so that the bar is not set too high for employees. But the system will not be improved on because they would rather lie and hide things from corporate rather than fix the broken system. My overall experience with Target has not been satisfactory in any way, shape or form. Think twice if you are thinking about applying here.
Target is a good place to work as a woman.
The particular store I worked at was not female friendly. Sexual harassment reports were given and nothing was done. On the same note reports were made to corporate and still nothing was done so it seems like the company doesn't care. Most managers are sexist and constantly breathing down women's necks because they think the aren't as capable. Women are stuck in the clothing departs because " girls like clothes that's why you're in soft lines. Requests to get in line for a management position were ignored. In general the company is not a safe place for women.
Target is a fantastic company! I love the store I work at and 99% of my coworkers are great!
Retail job, not nearly as flexible with scheduling as they want you to believe. Ageism is also a problem. Leadership very hostile to employees over the age of 30.
Target is better than most big box chains. Target does a good job of supporting the LGBTQ Community and hiring and promoting gay employees. Training is also a priority. There are problems, but overall, working at Target is rewarding.
I have to say that at least the target I work at majority of the management are women. Two of the mangers have really inspired me as ,a women, that I can do so much more and they have helped me be more confident in myself.
The management at this store plays favorites towards men, and have reprimanded a woman for having to call out One time so they can seek medical attention for a rape. The yearly raises are less than 25 cents for team leaders, no matter how much effort you put in.
I have worked for two different stores in this area, and although this area in general is kind of anti equality, I have had pretty good experiences with target. They are sensitive to the capabilities of everyone, but not obnoxiously so. Both stores have been good to me, but I am well pleased with the menifee store.
Good company to work for but the stores vary so greatly that there is no consistency between them in the same region. If store policy is store policy, and it is the region's policy, it should apply over all stores in that area, seeing as they are not franchises.
I love Target, but my fellow employees were snobby. I like the company itself, but I would never work there again. Khakis? No.
I have had some experience with sexism while working here.
This company is not a good choice if you have a family, especially small children. You will work a lot before and during holidays (understandable, it's the busiest time for retail workers), but individual needs matter very little. "Schedule flexibility" means they will be happy to cut your hours if you are not available when they feel you should be, it does not mean they will work with you and give you shifts on days and times that you are available. Favouritism was an issue here for many years, and some people were in the management training program for years without promotion, while others went through the program and got promoted within months. There are a handful of people who will say that this company treated them well and worked with them, but overall employee retention is low and many of the above concerns, as well as others, are cited as the main reasons.
The company does not care about team members who are or were sexually harassed or assaulted at work.
They allow openly sexist people to be managers and find reasons to fire the people who complain.
Hiring in technology areas seems to lag behind - most new hires are young white men. Disappointing.
Over all a noce place to work, the best is not to expect a set schedule because that will never happen
Unfortunately, my time at target was very uncomfortable. Most of the management is male and they have been predatory towards female entry level employees. The only women allowed paid maternity lead were executives. They also refused to use my sick hours during my hospital stay even though I requested that my measly 5 hours of sick pay be used so I can manage my bills. The cherry on top is when I called to tell management that I would have to miss one of my shifts for a doctors appointment that is part of my treatment for a disability and Leader on Duty Mike said, I quote, "if your disability is going to interfere with work like this again, just don't even bother coming back tomorrow. You really have to make Target your first priority here." I was a part-time entry level team member with a disability that got let go over the phone because of my disability. I have never seen a male Team Member be treated like that. They have more male employees that have been there over 5 years than women because of the discrimination against women with disabilities.
Target seems to be known in the retail world as very accommodating and a "fast, fun, and friendly" place to work. However, it is definitely not. They play favorites and only promote you if you can be made into the proper 'cookie cutter employee.' If you think differently from others or if you are unique, you are automatically discriminated against and considered as no good for promotions.I highly recommend that all people avoid working at Target. What they require and expect from you is ridiculous compared to how much you get paid. Oh, and don't worry, the new hires will ALWAYS be paid more than you because that's Target policy.
Loved working at Target before it a change of management sent the original, independent people packing and hired a bunch of yuppie basics.
Target as a whole is a good company but the new store leader Elisha is right out of the movie mean girls. Sends in spy's to get information wants people fired for no reason. Says things like don't worry make up a reason target has good lawyers.
Positive experiences at Target.
Target, although a part time transition job, over time became a place of tedious unfriendly business where you wanted to quit even after four hours of service. After our one manager left in the beginning of the year everything went downhill. Instead of a team I felt like a slave who was unappreciated and didn't hold any value. Particularly, the women at target became more segregated in comparison to the men in terms of area of work and a consistent position. For instance, women are specifically highered for the soft lines, cashier, hardlines presentation, hardlines cosmetics, Starbucks barista, food service and hardlines baby positions now, & are rarely thought of for positions like the truck line or flow, the cart person, or just any position that requires heavy lifting or any culturally stereotypical male association. Also, and this aspect has always been consistent regardless of manager, sexual harassment is a slight issue. It mostly occurs with older employees who are 50s + or younger employees of my generation depending on situation. The older men don't need an excuse they'lol "compliment" whenever they feel like it and the younger men will "tease" you when you can't do something simply because you are a woman. Example, I was on the truck team in the morning, 7-12 mostly, & when I was unable to pick up a box, which was exceptionally rare, It was simply because I was a girl and to weak to do so and they pitied me and did the task themselves. My strength level wasn't even taken into account- it was just assumed I didn't have the strength and would never have the strength because I am a woman. I also, when I was first highered, was approached by employees and to get to know me they decided to ask questions which proposed that I must want children, marriage, material items, and man to be happy. They didn't ask me directly about what I wanted they just took the cultural stereotype and based their questions off its assumptions. & when they found out I had no interest in children or getting married in my recent future, if at all, I was more or less labeled as "one of the guys" a non sexual, non threatening female, who could no longer be a "conquest" because I didn't have the traditional desirable qualities. Although, when I became frustrated, or "girly" my coworkers took a 180 and again I was put into that weak girl box who's head was in the clouds and all I could aspire to was a man and a family. Hardly any male associate of mine during my almost 3 years of service got to know me by asking about my aspirations and my future career, etc. All this being said, of course these statements do not include every male I worked with. In fact, the majority were pleasant and/or spoke to me very little.
I can only speak on my personal experience and the particular Target that I worked at. I was not in a management position, although I did graduate during my employment there and could of attempted to move up the ladder but the overall work atmosphere (poor: lack of tools, under staff, unfair workload distribution), poor employee benefits and lack of peer-to-peer, manager-to-co-worker, and co-worker-to-manager respect was too unsightly for me to even consider it an option.
Basically, if youre ultra attractive and blonde, you can make it as a woman at Target.
Our store manager is female and over half of all management positions are female led. It is retail, so some crazy hours, but many people have accompanying schedules for family. HR is awesome and understanding of life situations, combined with a friendly team, it's easy to swap/pick up/get rid of shifts as needed. All in all, it's the best remedial job I've ever had. Staying here a long time!
Upper management is still operating under "good ol' boys" mentality. Even though there are women in higher positions, the women tend to be in supporting roles (HR) and men dominate conversations and ideas.
Target, like many retailers, is not family friendly, offers no work life balance, and in general is a miserable place to work. Run...far.
Women can work twice as hard as the men, and the men still get promoted first. Talking with the other women in the store, none of us are paid even remotely close to what we're worth. Meanwhile, one of the laziest male leaders just got a significant raise. Being with this company, it is the first time I have ever experienced blatant sexism in the work place. When I have tried to take the time to express my concerns, I have been written off and told that because the men didn't feel that way, I was wrong. I'm looking for another job currently.
Target is just another version of Walmart. Employees are not treated any better and women are expected to do twice the work for the same pay.
Really not that awful of a retail location. Upper management can get kind of dicey, but that is pretty normal in the type of environment. Loved my job overall.
The company has really taken a dive, they used to care about their employees aa one point, but poor management leads to poor decisions.
Four years ago, the company used to be great to work for, but stress on red cards, the credit card scandal a couple of years ago and deadlines has made it a nightmare to work here. Even in a store with all women elts (excutive team leads,) I don't see women equality, I see petty high school mean girl crap on a daily basis. It's more like fast, funny and unfriendly...
Overall loved the people, and to me that can make or break a job. The rotating schedule wasn't working so well for me though.
Worst company to work for, until you are favour by your manager you can move up in this company. So when they say hard does pay off not at target because they will give it someone who less qualified. There is no equality
This company and location cares little to not at all about their employees--male and female--and treats them very poorly.
Minimum workers are treated badly and micromanaged. The atmosphere of working hete was hellish for most workers, and promotion is rare with low pay. Not worth it! They put a few young charismatic males fresh out of college in charge, but if you're a minimum wage worker and get a degree they will still never advance you. They treat their workers horribly (hour cuts, threats, safety hazards, no support) and their turnover and customer service reflects that.
Totally not the idea place for anyone who doesn't like drama at work. Poor training, wasteful tendencies, seriously low pay.... Oh but at least they had free PB&J's and televisions in the break room. 😏 I'm sure it's better than some places but they need Some creative new ideas. At least at the Phoenix, AZ locations.
It used to be that someone could become a manager at Target based on years of experience and merit. A few years ago, however, they placed a ceiling. In order to become an LOD and run your own department, one now needs a Bachelors. This has led to a situation where new college grads come in and don't have a clue. What you get is a complete mixed bag, and 9 months later is usually a completely different person. There is no longer a way to rise through the ranks, and the atmosphere can range from "meh" to hellish. HR for 100+ employees should not be run by a green 23 year old.
Overall they are very balanced as a company. The only thing they really lack is hours for employees. If you want full time you'd better be willing to pick up hours which means either giving up days off or working doubles.
Had a premier. I used up personal leave to qualify for maternity leave and everything. I had to take time off with no pay to stay home with her till she was 8wks and she was able to go to daycare. I tried to breast feed. Was told I had to pump in the RESTROOM! Which is gross and illegal. After that conversation I was "allowed" to use signage room. BTW it didn't lock. Had to make a sign and hang it after I got walked in on a few times. And forget about pumping on any schedule. Breaks where always late or out of order. Leaked many times because I was not able to take a 15 or my lunch after 3 hours. Other moms also gave up because of these things.
Plenty of opportunities to grow here. Thus far i would say target is a very progressive place to work.
Several co-workers complained about the sexual harassment of one manager, he was let go after directing harassment toward a guest. A cashier was harassed daily by a shopper. They only gave her a different name tag. Another manager had sexually explicit photos of a coworker on their phone that he would show empolyees. Sexual harassment became part of the job. I complained to coroparate, I believe they tried but nothing changed. Eventually that's why I left. I was working to help pay for school. Some people used that as their sole income for their children and had to tolerate it.
It is overall a fine company to work for that outwardly promotes team work, culture, and diversity. There are a lot of females in leadership roles on the store, district, and group level; however, sometimes I feel that the women and minorities are being pandered to because we amount to tally marks to make the company seem as inclusive as possible. If you aren't actually promoting me because you think I'm the best, then you still aren't giving me credit for my significance and capacity.
This company does not offer any paid vacation, personal, sick days, or maternity/paternity leave unless you are full-time. Unfortunately to even be considered full time you have to average 32 hours a week for a year before you even qualify for these benefits, this goes for any dental, medical, or vision benefits as well. They also make it difficult to have work life balance because there is no consistency as far as scheduling.
You were QUESTIONED when you called in sick and they could call you 2-3-4 times a day to see if you were feeling better.. ie check to see if you were really home and sick. I was told by a female manager to come in and she'd decide if I was too sick to work. I had a car accident out of state on a Monday and I was told I was coming back to work on Wednesday. When I did I was told I had to take off my neck brace as it would "scare the customers". I went to the store manager and he supported her.
I was part of the internship team at Target in Copiague, NY and interacted with many of the senior leaders at the store. Overall, it had a great culture, amazing mentoring opportunities, and other perks. Retail hours aren't great, in general.
I was hired as an ETL, and quickly fell in love with the company. They boast an inclusive workplace, and they do a good job at demonstrating this. The pay is competitive, and they really care about their customers and will often bend over backwards to help them. What didn't help me succeed as an employee was that I was placed in a store that was close to an hour commute each way. I worked long hours, often 12-13 hours a day, up to 6 days a week. It was difficult to ever request time off outside of my designated day off because I felt like I was always the manager on duty. Luckily, I am young and do not have a family or kids, but I otherwise give a lot of credit to the women that are magically able to balance this type of schedule with being there for their kids. During the work day, I would often not have enough time to eat lunch or even go to the bathroom because I had so many issues to attend to. This is no exaggeration.
I worked the early morning flow shift (4am-8am). When the store was really busy, I would sometimes be scheduled to start at 2am and even midnight. All the supervisors are way overworked. Some doing 10-12 hours a shift. And since Target has to pay the early morning shift more, they try to get as much work out of you they possible can in as little time as possible without consideration of your overall health and well-being. There was very little respect and appreciation shown to those who are the hardest workers at Target. The supervisors would treat the workers out of their own pockets--nothing came from the higher levels of Target except work harder and faster--we could never do enough.
There were many women in middle management, few in top management. Women make less than men for the same job at all levels. Other women in the organization were inspirational, mentored new talent, and there was a supportive and flexible work culture which gave me a net positive impression of the whole organization. They just needed pay equity.
If you weren't male or willing to wear tight revealing clothing, good luck advancing anywhere. 75% of upper management male who couldn't grasp how to speak to women like they weren't brain damaged.
Great place to start a career. A lot of responsibility given, yet with a lot of training. But gotta "play the game"--keep the right people happy to keep your job/stay on a promotion path. Very possible if you're smart, work hard, take feedback well, and have strong emotional intelligence.
Target would have been a great place to continue my career if they offered more flexibility with schedules
I have worked here over twenty years and I have noticed that although there are women in leadership positions they are usually not top positions. Out of six store managers there was only one female. The male managers hang out together while at work while the female managers are working with the teams. I also know that a lot of the men in leadership positions tend to favor the men who work here. They are treated differently and tend to get more leeway in every aspect. Women are not overtly penalized for missing work to take care of their children they tend to be scheduled less.
Worst company ever to work for. They treat you very poorly and could care less about what is gong on in your personal life. They also choose favorites and let some employees get away with anything and everything, but then find or make things up about others.
Maternity leave was good, but benefits were terrible. All account based plans, no option for PPO when I was with the company. It would have cost me a fortune to have a baby there. I'm now with a different company with much better benefits all around.
I have worked for the company in five states. The West Coast and Headquarters had amazing cultures and truly appreciated their employees both in stores and Headquarters. Moving to the East Coast you can see the "Good Ole Boys" club still exists. Most senior leaders are older men and women are treated very poorly.
I had a sexual harassment complaint that was handled very poorly. Raises were a joke. It was common to slash hours for "full-time" employees to under 30 hours a week (though at least I got to keep my benefits). Management was male-dominated and not very effective.
The hours you are expected to work is ridiculous. There is no way to spend time with your children and a great employee. It is nuts.
Target is a great company to work for. I feel extremely supported and able to pursue anything I desire.
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