|Industry:||Retail & Wholesale|
|Type:||Company - Public (WMT)|
|Revenue:||$10+ billion (USD)|
In the almost two years I worked at target I met many great people and learned a lot. A lot of those people are the reason I stayed for as long as I did. I worked in fulfillment, cross trained in general merchandise, and then switched to grocery.
All of the work you do involves a handheld device, and a lot of the jobs have general knowledge that you can use if you ever switch to something else at target. Upper management never seemed to understand what the store needed or was capable of, giving us high standards that all of us knew wouldn't be met.
This caused most of the team leads I knew to quit and be replaced. The work was quite monotonous, but that could be a good thing if you like doing the same exact thing everyday.
They do not care about you or the work you put in. If you want to move up with a company, this is not the one. They will search for random people off the street instead of promoting within.
I know multiple Team Leads who have worked with the company 15+ years and have still not been promoted to ETL. I've witnessed 5 ETLs being hired all from outside of the company instead of promoting the well deserved people who are already there and knowledgeable.
The initial training was fun, clear, and easy to complete. Likewise signing up for benefits and such. Actual one-on-one training, however, was virtually non-existent in my case.
The additional employee discount was very nice to have.
The basic wage started relatively high, but weekly hour totals were dictated from a number cruncher in the MN home office looking at expected sales numbers instead of what was actually needed to get the work done, resulting in never reaching 40 scheduled hours per week.
My department (frozen food) was severely behind and disorganized when I arrived, and I was actively discouraged from taking corrective measures (organizing back stock and correcting item counts). This resulted in excessive ordering by the automated system, which compounded everything. I still managed to hold even nearly every day, but no one touched my department on my (random) days off, so it got steadily worse and worse until some corporate person was scheduled to visit the store. At these times, I was literally ignored except to be kicked out of my own department so other employees could "help," putting much of it in the wrong places and destroying what organization I was able to accomplish in the freezer.
The fact that I was not consulted or even allowed to be in the conversation regarding this process when I was supposedly the person in charge of this part of the store told me everything I needed to know about pursuing my career there.
In all, I would still consider working for Target in the future, but it would really depend on the management of the particular store. This one left a bad taste in my mouth...
If you enjoy being taken advantage of and being worked like a mule, this is the place for you. They had me doing VM work for regular team member pay.
They also had me constantly working in so many departments of the store, often several in one day, and i was so worn out at the end of every shift. but i met some amazing people working here, and received so many good products for monthly gratis. it had its pros and cons but i ultimately decided that it was a bad place for me to work, and i was being taken advantage of.
Got literally 30 mins of training, extremely stressful. I worked there for about two months and had no idea who my boss was and no one else seemed to know either.
I was a cashier and at least 1/3 of the registers were always broken and, like I said, I wasn't really taught how to use them. You basically just have to figure everything out yourself. Also, the app where you manage your schedule was down half the time and wouldn't let you request days off.
I asked for 15-20 hours a week and they had me working 30-35. The only good part of the job were the co-workers.
Cuts hours when they want. Then makes you come in for mandatory overtime when they want. The work is never steady and management always changing because they fire so many.
I was excited to work for Target, but once I started working I realized how unprofessional and unorganized the management is.
Too much work is pushed on just one person in one shift for one department and you are blamed for not completing it all. Lack of communication from management is frustrating and they don't fully inform you on how to do anything or miss out important details about your position.
Fellow team members are more helpful and informative than your leads. Lack of employees means that 99% of the time you don't get to work in your department and are leaving your work you didn't get to complete for the next shifts constantly, which adds up quickly.
Scheduling is chaotic and inconsistent and stating your availability is pointless because they don't listen to it. The stress from the workload, lack of employees and selfish management is just not worth it.
Each day at Target, you arrive, and you know exactly what to expect. You look at the size of your workload, and from there you know whether the day will be challenging or a piece of cake.
As a CHEM department worker, most days were (moderately) difficult to get things done in time.
As far as management goes, it was beautiful. They were always available, we had HR, any concerns - you knew right where to go.
Now the vibe of the store was really creepy - people would seem strangely interested in me, and someone tried to get me into street preaching black Hebrew doctrine (maybe a joke), things like that is why I left. But I really liked how the company works and I think it would have been great for me had the roster been different.
The discount was 10%, and was around 20% for healthy items. This really could add up if you shop at Target frequently.
My first day a team lead told me morale at this location was very low. They were right. There is high turnover, passive aggressive coworkers, and unrealistic expectations. It's no wonder too, during the busier seasons there are often times two trucks worth of merchandise a day that workers are expected to come clean on by the end of the day.
Not to mention the laundry list of other daily tasks that need to be accomplished and constant help needed with online fulfillment orders. HR provide meals and snacks on occasion to show appreciation to workers, but fall short to work with real life issues.
A lot of complaints I hear in passing are directed towards management, higher management have lost temper on walkie before. Coworkers can be dodgy and selective to who they acknowledge and respond back to, but there are a few gems who work here. Guests are mostly nice.
Ever since they went up to $15 bucks an hour. They expect the world of you. You can do the best work possible but if you don’t work overtime or say yes to everything they ask of you then you’ll never get a promotion even if it’s impossible to work it in your schedule.
But they’ll practically hire anyone off the street for the same position you got past up for. So all in all if you’re looking too make something of yourself at Target be ready too have no life and be a yes man because that’s what it takes too make a living wage.
At first, Target is an okay place to work— until you realize they are just taking advantage of you and your time. They overwork all the good workers because most of the managers’ favorites are the LAZY ones, so they won’t ever get told anything.
Yes, the managers have favorites and it shows. BAD. They claim to be flexible, but once you get hired they are the LEAST flexible when you try to change your availability.
You WILL most likely be scheduled outside your availability sometimes and they make very little effort to help you out. HR is just as sloppy and petty as the regular team members on the sales floor, too.
So if you have a problem with someone/something on the floor, do NOT take it to HR because you will just be met with retaliation against you from not only the HR manager but ALL of the managers.
Aside from the childishness of the management, they give you impossible work loads and are disappointed when you do not get it done. I can say with confidence that the best part of my job at Target was the day I left.
NOTHING about this job made the compensation worth it, so my advice to you?? RUN.
Great place your first two weeks, but if you're of any spot on the lgbtq spectrum, there's some bad eggs in management who will quickly shift their attitude. From my personal experience, the scheduling is abysmal at times and rarely ever met employees needs unless you barked at management enough after putting in your vacation weeks in advance or time off etc.
You'll also be learning to handle multiple different managers all with conflicting interests which is more standard for retail but I felt they all liked to get in the way of many employees routines just for the sake of it, more often than not, throwing off lower level management and what needs to be done by the end of the night.
Training is mostly virtual, and anything inperson will tag along an employee on their work day, so at that point it's up to fate whether they're good at showing the ropes or not. The culture is what's really lacking there, I don't expect any work place to be a fun house, but you'll literally get weird looks and stares all the time just for doing your job or even trying to interact with another employee, this DOESN'T GO FOR EVERYONE, I met some cool people at this job, but for the most part felt very singled out and the amount of gossip is to behold.
Overall, good job experience, not good for any further.
By far one of the best jobs I've had! If you're looking for a job that goes by very quickly, is relatively easy to do, and requires you to work independently, working as a Fulfillment Associate might work out for you!
A typical day includes walking around the store with your device, taking items off shelves and putting them into your cart according to what guests have ordered online, and bagging the items into holding areas once you've finished picking all of them. Or, if you're fulfilling online orders that ship from the store, you'll be packing them into boxes and putting them onto pallets.
The hardest part of the job is learning where everything is in your store so you can fulfill orders on time, but the only way to get better at that is to simply keep at it until you're confident in knowing where everything is. After that, you're mostly left alone to fulfill orders except for guests occasionally asking you where things are. From my experience, as long as you're completing orders on time and accurately, you're free to put in an earbud as well (make a dent in those podcasts or audiobooks you've been hoarding. Or just jam out to Spotify). It should also be noted that like many jobs, once you've learned what to do, the job can be incredibly repetitive.
Management at this location is superb. They've always accommodated my schedule and have been incredibly supportive and understanding. Sometimes there can be a lot of pressure to complete a lot of work by the end of the day from upper management, but even in these cases, it's a fast-paced but overall low-stress job as long as you know where things are or how to look for items if you don't know where they are.
I started as a cashier/cart pusher. I did that for about two years and then moved to the Frozen/Dairy area to stock and unload trucks.
I didn't mind working at Target. The work is pretty straight forward. 1-2 great managers, most mediocre, and the rest just downright terrible. At my store, calling out sick definitely put a literal target on your head. Guilt-tripped and written up immediately. I called out maybe 2-3 times a year for illness and was treated the same every time. This is all back between 2016-2019 but I highly doubt it's changed now.
Management is constantly stressed about everything and it trickles all the way down to your employees and creates a negative environment where nobody can really thrive. The direction of the store is really set by your STL or Store Director. In my experience, a bad store director trickles down the entire pyramid of hierarchy.
Management is also being replaced/fired every few years. They're hiring ETLs straight from business school who have no experience and have to learn EVERYTHING and end up, ultimately, not cutting it. Some employees want to promote but most wouldn't. I'm not sure if they'd get picked regardless.
The most enjoyable part of the job at the end of the day were my co-workers and lower-level leadership. We were a work family and were in it together. Most were friendly and fair to everyone. Between stocking and cashiering, the job was always pretty straight forward and easy to do. I worked every single shift besides an overnight shift and helped out in other areas. Target is a good first job, you definitely learn how to work and get along with people in the workplace. It was a decent foundation that lead me to better retail opportunities outside of Target and even into the manufacturing industry.
What is the best part of working at the company?
The guests that came into the store shopping and having an idea in mind but not sure what to get. So my creative thinking I would show a guest to items I thought one might like or closest to item looking for.
What is the most stressful part about working at the company?
Each day’s goals may have been varies but how our team members encourage one another.
What is the work environment and culture like at the company?
Positive contribution to the community and team work appreciation cards we wrote out to each other.
What is a typical day like for you at the company?
A typical day for me starts off with an assignment goal. Being flexible on any tasks to always put customers first. Responding as a cashier to help our guests have a great check out experience.
This was my first job and was seasonal, during the 2017 remodel. I was micromanaged (managers would follow me around and intervene when they didn't like my work process), treated poorly (I was often put in charge of over half the store- home, toys, books, seasonal, electronics, sporting goods, baby and dollar spot all by myself), unrealistic expectations (I would be told to do things I had never learned, then scolded for doing things incorrectly).
If you can handle this job, you're built different.
Great place to work meaning pay and work wise. Manager wise its crazy how obsessed they are with threats to terminate team members i mean its buried deep into this company’s DNA to keep employees on edge with threats of termination this is my only issue working here. How can a young family start a life, buy a home, descent car ect with the thought that they could be fire at any time for any reason.
The very 1st thing i was told by manger in my 1st day of orientation was i will walk you out of here and I’ve heard the same from every manager i have encountered since i started here. No since of respect for the people that work under them. Idk how long i ill stay here but this is very disappointing as a new employee with a new company with decent work environment great pay and benefits but extremely poor leadership and camaraderie and i know this is the reason for such a high employee turnover rate.
That needs to be addressed immediately
So far it's been two weeks and I feel very iffy on my role it seems the leads don't really care about you and blame you for everything even when it's out of your control. I also wasn't properly trained on anything besides how to read the schematics and how to get stuff in the backroom which is very easy but that was literally all the training was about. There's so much that I've realized they didn't train me on like where to get the frozen stuff that's not stocked in the freezer or fridges or that I have to look into the just received boxes and loads and how to look through those oh and how the grocery backroom works I pretty much learned more from the people who aren't in my department which is kinda sad. And after all that "training" they just threw me into the lions den and were like yep you're ready.
So far for these two weeks it's honestly been the worst experience I've ever had dealing with leads from any workplace. They make it you're responsibility if an item you are looking for is not in stock or in the back, they constantly waste your time and don't help when you need it and if they do tell you to cancel an item they still hold you accountable for something completely out of your control and boy oh boy when items are not in stock or it doesn't show another location they also hold you accountable even though that's not your job or your fault that it's in a completely different area.
The amount of times I've been talked to because of all those reasons in just the 2 weeks is insane and the leads will embarrass you on the radio about it then talk to you afterwards about it too. So far it seems they are more concerned about getting as much orders done as possible then you actually getting the proper training and will just throw you in with full expectations with your 2 days of following someone around training. I wouldn't recommend working here if you're thinking about doing fulfillment it has been the worst decision of my life I am already thinking about leaving if only the leads and training were better.
The only thing I like is the pay. Otherwise, it’s hard to make any progress unless you brown nose the managers like some employees. Management lies a lot and they take revenge if you take a sick day. I don’t think the work is hard at all but what sucks is that if they know you’re a hard worker, they try to squeeze the most juice out of you while the people who don’t work get put in roles where they chill all day because they “don’t know where to put them”. All meanwhile, you’re both getting paid the same. So it ends up feeling like the slackers get rewarded and the hard workers get punished with more work, bad loads, and tighter deadlines. If you’re a hard worker and you feel like you’re having an off day at work, you get coached and reprimanded for not “trying” lolz.
There also seems to be this “battle” between between the shifts especially from day shift vs all the other shifts where they feel like they’re the best and are really entitled. They think they know the absolute most since they been there so long. Truthfully, they are knowledgeable in a sense. But target has changed so many practices and rules over the years. The people with seniority are stubborn and stuck in their ways, where they don’t accept new rules/procedures and they become very aggressive and vocal about it. If you’re not 10 year+ with the company, they do not respect you and will try to tell you what to do. The work culture in the day is extremely frustrating.
Additionally, there is the most management during day shift and they micro manage you 150%. So not only do you have to deal with your coworkers breathing down your neck about literally anything, the mangers are also watching you like hawks. You will get coached for not picking up a small piece of trash if you walk by it and don’t pick it up. All in all, the pay and benefits are good. PS the night work culture is slightly similar but not nearly as bad as day shift. PSS they pay for school and they recently started accommodating schedules. Interestingly enough they never announced they would accommodate for school. I found out by word of mouth and by asking HR
When I first started working at Target, things seemed great. I was hired as a cashier, and was moved to Guest Services because my management at the time saw potential in me.
Throughout the span of almost 9 years, I worked cashier, guest services, at one point even pharmacy backup (before the full CVS switch), before moving into sales floor (toys), and ultimately ending in fulfillment.
I would bounce around from department throughout my career here due to lack of hours and desire to do more. I was often told it was due to me switching departments was why I wasn't getting hours.
I would eventually lose my benefits because instead of being scheduled for 30 hours (the average that was required to keep them), I averaged 29 hours.
You're given yearly reviews, and are given a $0.10 raise as if its a privilege. We only finally got to $15 because of the pandemic.
The work culture is hollow. Sales and the customer trumps everything else. If you were wise, you wouldn't try for promotions because it was akin to signing away your soul.
HR would be replaced nearly every year. What actually led to me leaving was the new HR due to how cold she was towards me personally.
It used to be a better than average place to work as far as retail goes. It's been going downhill fast.
I have been at Target for five years now. A typical day at work involves time management, communication, and reaching a goal for each task at hand. I have learned how to work with a team, voice concerns, train employees, customer service, solving problems, and spreading positivity in a motivational way. Management is good. Most of our managers care for us as a worker and person and will help in any way they can while handling their responsibilities. The workplace culture can be stressful at times.
There are days where we are overfilled with orders and understaffed to get them done in time. There are plenty of times where weeks are understaffed due to cut hours. The hardest part of the job is for the days where we are understaffed and it creates a very stressful environment for times the store and orders are busy. The most enjoyable part of the job is when stress is minimal and the team as a whole spreads positive feed back and when we can complete orders in a timely fashion.
Team was great but Revolving Door of Managers and Executives was frustrating.
You always had to do the job of more people and never were compensated for it just expected to do it. The Culture sends the message that we want to promote from within but they hire so many Managers and Executives from the outside because everyone is burned out before being promoted. I saw such talent in my time there leave and it was all burn out and wanting a better buy in from Managers and day to day work and work life balance. I am glad I left and especially this location.
It hasn't even been a month so take it with grains of salt but the people I've come across so far seem really cool. The front end people and leads are down to earth, a little goofy in a good way, and so far aren't expecting perfect and don't mind me asking questions. Guest have been understanding so far when I have a minor issue and call for help, especially when I say I haven't been here long.
I applied for a seasonal role and during the application process on computer they ask what areas you prefer. I definitely did not say front end or cashier, but unfortunately that's where I've been so far and will be for most of my next two weeks. It's not that bad. Operating the cash register is actually pretty easy so it's easy money, but standing in one place all day for 7 hours is boring. Talking to absolutely everyone is also not my cup of tea. Meanwhile the department I really want to be in which is far less talking and more moving is constantly on the walkies looking for help or being questioned because they're behind.
They cross train everyone, but while cross training is helpful for backup I think Target should consider hiring more people primarily for specific roles too. If someone is more passionate about or has fun in their role then they're more likely to show up for that role and give it their all. That's less call outs and less walk outs, and they get a lot of those. They want everyone to do it all so if you enjoy doing it all you'll likely like it here. If you just want to be in a limited number of areas or one area, don't count on it. I'd rather be in order pick up or general merch than on the register. Standing still all day is surely fun to someone but it's not to me
It all starts with support and commitment. Warrenville completely dropped the ball in this category and many others. Many leaders took long lunches and breaks and forced Team leaders to miss lunches and over work themselves to support the needs of the business. The Store director was clueless to many things that went on in the store but continued to leave unannounced and allow her store to fall significantly below company standards as well as lose control of freight. Many leaders within this store led by emotion rather creating a safe comfortable space to grow and develop.
All executive leaders in that building need courses on diversity and inclusion, as well as significant training on team development and culture. This store has so much potential but leadership continues to make their 2 hour lunches a priority rather than supporting their team and coming up with actual solutions to support the needs of the business. There were good days as well, not many leaders understood what culture and support was but I do remember a Team leader a young man from Dairy or Frozen who left the company in early summer.
He showed me the potential target had within their leadership. Was a great support system to the store and always showed up when needed.
Worked during back to school seasonal and it was very chaotic as expected but management didn't account for workflow fluctuation during that time. Trying to work with carts full of product blocking aisles and customers shoving their way in made it almost impossible to get work done.
Work environment was decent though, everyone got along and just wanted to go about their day.
|1||Cashier||$10 - $16||$13|
|2||Sales Associate||$10 - $17||$13|
|3||Retail Sales Associate||$12 - $18||$14|
|4||Team Leader, General||$14 - $25||$19|
|5||Sales Team Leader, Retail||$13 - $24||$18|
|6||Visual Merchandiser||$14 - $22||$18|
|7||Warehouse Worker||$14 - $24||$18|
|8||Customer Service Team Leader||$14 - $24||$18|
|9||Stocker||$11 - $18||$14|
|10||Barista||$11 - $17||$14|
|11||Asset Protection Specialist||$12 - $22||$17|
|12||Beauty Consultant||$11 - $19||$14|
|13||Guest Service Associate||$10 - $17||$13|
|14||Retail Merchandiser||$12 - $19||$14|
|15||Human Resources (HR) Assistant||$11 - $19||$14|
|16||Sales Consultant||$10 - $20||$14|
|17||Store Team Leader||$13 - $26||$18|
|18||Customer Service Representative (CSR)||$10 - $19||$13|
|19||Merchandiser||$11 - $18||$14|
|20||Human Resources (HR) Team Leader||$12 - $31||$20|
|21||Retail Manager||$14 - $28||$20|
|22||Retail Associate||$12 - $21||$15|
|23||Security Guard||$12 - $20||$15|
|24||Shipper/Receiver||$12 - $22||$17|
|25||Food And Beverage Attendant||$10 - $18||$14|
|26||Merchandise Presentation Specialist||$10 - $19||$14|
|27||Sr. Administrative Assistant||$17 - $34||$24|
|28||Visual Merchandising Manager||$15 - $27||$20|
|29||Service Team Leader||$12 - $27||$17|
|30||Member Service Representative||$10 - $19||$14|
|31||Security Officer||$11 - $19||$14|
|32||Food Service Worker||$10 - $20||$14|
|33||Customer Service Specialist||$12 - $23||$16|
|34||Packer||$13 - $22||$17|
|35||Team Lead, Operations||$13 - $30||$20|
|36||Property Manager||$14 - $30||$20|
|37||Asset Protection Manager||$14 - $24||$18|
|38||General Merchandise Manager||$14 - $26||$19|
|39||Retail Cashier||$10 - $17||$12|
|40||Maintenance Technician||$13 - $33||$21|
|41||Sales Specialist||$11 - $22||$15|
|42||Operations Team Leader||$12 - $26||$18|
|43||Human Resources (HR) Specialist||$15 - $31||$21|
|44||Loss Prevention Officer||$11 - $20||$15|
|45||Retail Store Assistant Manager||$14 - $27||$20|
|46||Guest Service Team Leader||$13 - $20||$16|
|47||Grocery Stocker||$10 - $19||$13|
|48||Deli Clerk||$11 - $18||$14|
|49||Warehouse Associate||$14 - $23||$18|
|50||Department Manager, Retail Store||$14 - $25||$18|
|51||Beauty Advisor||$10 - $18||$13|
|52||Customer Service Associate||$8 - $17||$12|
|53||Electronics Technician||$10 - $20||$14|
|54||Loss Prevention Manager||$16 - $26||$20|
|55||Deli Associate||$10 - $15||$12|
|56||Sales Clerk, Retail Store||$9 - $17||$12|
|57||Sales Consultant, Retail||$10 - $17||$13|
|58||Logistics Specialist||$11 - $21||$15|
|59||Unloader||$9 - $17||$12|
|60||Trainer, Employee / Human Resources (HR)||$9 - $24||$15|
|61||Maintenance Mechanic||$22 - $42||$30|
|62||Cake Decorator||$11 - $21||$15|
|63||Sales Team Leader, Services||$10 - $24||$15|
|64||Operations Manager||$12 - $30||$19|
|65||Cart Attendant||$9 - $14||$12|
|66||Human Resources (HR) Manager||$11 - $27||$18|
|67||Closing Coordinator||$12 - $21||$16|
|68||Checkout Operator||$10 - $17||$13|
|69||Service Desk Analyst||$10 - $22||$15|
|70||Forklift Operator||$12 - $23||$17|
|71||Front End Clerk||$10 - $18||$13|
|72||Warehouse Lead||$16 - $28||$21|
|73||Asset Protection Associate||$10 - $16||$13|
|74||Retail Shift Supervisor||$10 - $15||$12|
|75||Retail Department Manager||$13 - $24||$18|
|76||Grocery Clerk||$10 - $18||$14|
|77||Guest Services Agent||$10 - $21||$13|
|78||Digital Designer||$17 - $31||$22|
|79||Human Resources (HR) Associate||$13 - $19||$15|
|80||Utility Clerk||$10 - $19||$14|
|81||Sales Manager||$12 - $24||$17|
|82||Retail Store Manager||$18 - $43||$27|
|83||Sales Clerk/Cashier||$9 - $14||$11|
|84||Sales Support Associate||$11 - $19||$14|
|85||Warehouse Clerk||$10 - $17||$13|
|86||Warehouse Material Handler||$11 - $20||$15|
|87||Warehouse Supervisor||$14 - $26||$19|
|88||Retail Store Assistant||$11 - $18||$14|
|89||Retail Store Manager, Grocery||$14 - $26||$18|
|90||Shipping and Receiving Manager||$11 - $18||$14|
|91||Survey Party Chief||$18 - $27||$22|
|92||Shipping and Receiving Clerk||$11 - $17||$14|
|93||Shipping and Receiving Assistant||$12 - $18||$15|
|94||Shipping / Receiving / Traffic Clerk||$12 - $21||$16|
|95||Shipping & Receiving Lead||$13 - $21||$16|
|96||Sr. Marketing Specialist||$18 - $32||$24|
|97||Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer||$37 - $79||$54|
|98||Service Desk Manager||$12 - $25||$17|
|99||Staffing Specialist||$16 - $32||$22|
|100||Senior Human Resources (HR) Generalist||$18 - $28||$22|
|101||System Support Analyst||$19 - $34||$25|
|102||Senior Customer Service Representative (CSR)||$15 - $30||$21|
|103||Stock Clerk, Retail||$8 - $22||$13|
|104||Security Manager||$14 - $26||$19|
|105||Stylist||$9 - $17||$12|
|106||Security Analyst||$17 - $37||$25|
|107||Salesperson, Fashion/Apparel/Clothing||$8 - $14||$11|
|108||Salesperson, Computer Hardware & Services||$10 - $15||$12|
|109||Social Worker||$6 - $18||$12|
|110||Sales Trainer||$10 - $19||$14|
|111||Surveillance Technician||$18 - $28||$22|
|112||Security Officer Armed||$12 - $23||$16|
|113||Administrative Assistant||$16 - $31||$22|
|114||Merchandise Manager||$14 - $25||$19|
|115||Receptionist / Telephone Operator||$10 - $19||$14|
|116||Fresh Produce Processor||$9 - $18||$12|
|117||Fraud Analyst||$18 - $27||$22|
|118||Forklift Driver||$11 - $19||$14|
|119||Food Service Manager||$12 - $22||$16|
|120||Food And Beverage Supervisor||$14 - $21||$17|
|121||Floor Sales Representative||$9 - $15||$12|
|122||Digital Press Operator||$12 - $22||$16|
|123||Delivery Driver||$14 - $37||$23|
|124||Data Entry Specialist||$15 - $28||$20|
|125||Customer Service Supervisor||$10 - $19||$14|
|126||Customer Service Sales Associate||$8 - $21||$13|
|127||Customer Service Manager||$12 - $24||$17|
|128||Customer Experience Manager||$12 - $20||$16|
|129||Customer Advocacy Specialist||$11 - $18||$14|
|130||Computer Security Specialist||$19 - $48||$30|
|131||Call Center Representative||$12 - $21||$16|
|132||Cafe Manager||$10 - $18||$14|
|133||Business Process / Management Consultant||$9 - $28||$16|
|134||Brand Specialist||$8 - $19||$12|
|135||Bike Mechanic||$9 - $18||$13|
|136||Baker||$10 - $17||$13|
|137||Assistant Merchandiser||$13 - $21||$17|
|138||Assistant Manager||$17 - $33||$23|
|139||Assistant Guest Services Manager||$10 - $17||$13|
|140||Art Director||$27 - $61||$39|
|141||Area Sales Regional Manager||$13 - $29||$19|
|142||Area Sales Manager||$11 - $28||$17|
|143||Front End Supervisor||$11 - $19||$14|
|144||Reporting Analyst||$18 - $38||$26|
|145||General / Operations Manager||$12 - $27||$18|
|146||Guest Services Representative||$11 - $17||$14|
|147||Receiving Worker||$10 - $20||$14|
|148||Quality Control (QC) Specialist||$16 - $26||$20|
|149||Quality Assurance Analyst||$18 - $37||$25|
|150||Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)||$21 - $47||$31|
|151||Product Subject Matter Expert||$12 - $32||$19|
|152||Produce Team Leader||$11 - $28||$18|
|153||Produce Stocker (Grocery)||$10 - $16||$13|
|154||Produce Clerk (Grocery)||$9 - $16||$12|
|155||Price Marker||$13 - $18||$15|
|156||Pharmacy Technician||$10 - $18||$13|
|157||Pharmacist||$59 - $75||$67|
|158||Personnel Security Specialist||$10 - $18||$14|
|159||Overnight Stocker||$11 - $18||$14|
|160||Medical Records Clerk||$12 - $19||$15|
|161||Market Manager||$11 - $24||$18|
|162||Loss Prevention Supervisor||$16 - $24||$20|
|163||Loss Prevention Investigator||$13 - $23||$17|
|164||Loss Prevention Agent||$12 - $20||$15|
|165||Logistics Flow Planner||$10 - $18||$13|
|166||Logistics Clerk||$10 - $17||$13|
|167||Lead Cashier||$10 - $14||$12|
|168||Janitor||$11 - $18||$14|
|169||Inventory Specialist||$13 - $21||$16|
|170||Human Resources (HR) Generalist||$19 - $32||$25|
|171||Human Resources (HR) Director||$10 - $23||$15|
|172||Human Resources (HR) Coordinator||$10 - $18||$14|
|173||Head Cashier||$11 - $17||$13|
|174||Guest Services Manager||$19 - $30||$24|
|175||Web Producer||$21 - $44||$30|
Target is a well-known retail giant that operates over 1,800 stores in the United States. The company is known for its wide range of products and its reputation for providing excellent customer service. Target is a great place to work for those who are looking for a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
Working at Target can be a great experience for those who are looking for a challenging and rewarding career. The company offers a wide range of opportunities for its employees, including positions in retail, logistics, and corporate. Target is committed to providing its employees with the training and support they need to succeed in their roles.
Target provides its employees with comprehensive training and support to help them succeed in their roles. The company offers a wide range of training programs, including on-the-job training, online courses, and in-person workshops. Target also provides its employees with the tools and resources they need to succeed, including access to technology and support from management.
The job duties and responsibilities of Target employees vary depending on the position they hold. Retail employees are responsible for providing excellent customer service, processing transactions, stocking shelves, and maintaining a clean and organized store. Logistics employees are responsible for receiving and processing shipments, and ensuring that products are delivered to stores on time. Corporate employees are responsible for a wide range of tasks, including financial analysis, marketing, and human resources.
Overall, Target is a great place to work for those who are looking for a challenging and rewarding career. The company offers a wide range of opportunities and provides its employees with the training and support they need to succeed. Target is known for its competitive pay, great benefits, and supportive culture, making it a great place to build a career.