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Target Gainesville, FL

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    Great place to work, with ample opportunities to develop yourself professionally!

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    Current Employee - Executive Store Intern  in  Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Executive Store Intern in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Target full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Constructive feedback, a sense of unity, leadership development opportunities and training, and a happy, positive environment (behind the scenes, and on the sales floor)! You pretty much always walk away knowing that you made a guest happy, because that is what Target aims to do! Fast, Fun, Friendly.

    Cons

    Lots of feedback (I don't mind, but for those who don't like it, it could be a con), Interns are 40hrs/week but if offered the position, you start at 50hrs/week, and many of the managers I know end up working close to 60hrs/week and are checking their emails on their days off.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Target is proud to say they encourage a healthy work-life balance, but for management, it just doesn't seem to hold true. I don't think this is necessarily a company problem, but just a problem for all retail managers in general. The workload is very heavy, and from what I learned Target has cut back on management positions and increased the departments/workload that the remaining managers are responsible for.

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