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  • CEO
    Brian Cornell
    71%
    approve of Brian Cornell's performance
  • Founded
    1962
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (NZD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Minneapolis Minnesota, Un...
  • Link
    Target website
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Human Resources Expert in East coast
on 1 November 2019
stepping stone
If target wants to continue to grow as a guest centered organization they need to have team members who have a vested interest and WANT to be there. As long as they only offer part time and low paying positions they will continue to attract high school students with limited availability. Raising the starting pay and offering 35+ hours to the regular team members would be a greatly appreciated improvement. This detail would also help to negate the stress of dealing with leaders who are only focused on goals and not team well being.
Sales in Auckland
on 15 December 2022
I am sure H*ll will be better than working at Target Furniture (Auckland)
From top management, head office and store owner and management, the company is biased. Work environment is very stressful, disrespectful and poor managed. Owners who run the stores cut employees pays and when questioned you get harsh treatments. Head office is even worse. Too much politics. If you don't be the managers pet and lick their A**, they will make sure you suffer with shifts, pay and your hard earned commissions. I would not recommend anyone to work here and go through the trauma. Please stay away.
Crew Trainer in warhouse 0588
on 23 July 2022
Great place to work with loads of benefits, and multiple kitchens, very spacious!
Starting and completing your tasks, i've learned how to be a leader and teamplayer. Manangment is very good, but the onsite managers are 50/50 good and not so good. Very diverese, people of multiple races, teaches you how to communicate in everyday life with people from other cultures. Hardest part would be standing from 10-12 hours a day on different equipment, and the most enjoyable part of the job would be learning.
Asset Protection Team Leader in East Coast
on 16 March 2022
Good work life balance
The work life balance is the only good thing about working AP at Target. Lack of leadership, lack of advancement, lack of inclusivity, and lack of feeling accomplished in your job. You are constantly afraid to do your job because the rules change all the time without any communication. If you want to do AP/LP don’t do it at Target
Guest Service Advocate in Can't say
on 25 July 2021
Toxic Positivity
Management is intrenched. It may vary store to store, mine is entirely incompetent. Positions earned not by merit, no open interviews for Team lead positions. They desecretly decide favorites and quietly promote. Communication is awful, constant understaffing, a jarring focus on metrics over actual important problems and an unwillingness from executive staff to confront corporate. This isn't a terrible job for someone brand new to the work force who hasn't experienced anything else and isn't planning on staying. If you know anything about business and stay for awhile it becomes incredibly frustrating. The same mistakes are repeated ad nauseam, nothing is ever fixed. Raises are a joke, my whole team was given less than the standard cost of inflation.Oh. Relation is real. The 'anonymous' ethic hotline kicks back to the Store Director and HR ETL. You've been warned.

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