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30+ days ago

Senior Analyst Information Security Information Risk Management

Target Minneapolis, MN

About This OpportunityLead, facilitate, analyze, execute, govern and represent plans or identified approaches within Information Risk Management, and… Ivy Exec


29 days ago

Principal Data Scientist Business Intelligence

Target Minneapolis, MN

The Principal Data Scientist anticipates future business needs and identifies opportunities for complex analysis. Gathers and analyzes data to solve… Ivy Exec


9 days ago

Manager Business Development

Target Minneapolis, MN

Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As a Manager, Business Development, you ll take… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Program Manager

Target Minneapolis, MN

Program Manager( Job Number: TAR0003VH) JOIN US AS A Product Manager Insights LeadSimilar Industry Titles and Key Words: SEM/SEO Manager, Digital… Ivy Exec


29 days ago

Project Manager Audit Operations

Target Minneapolis, MN

Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Manager in Audit, Internal Audit Senior or Manager, IT Audit Senior or Manager, Six Sigma Analyst, Project… Ivy Exec


9 days ago

Manager Accounting Fixed Assets

Target Minneapolis, MN

include: policy interpretation and compliance, asset maintenance, monthly and ad hoc reporting, and accounting issue resolution.Use your skills… Ivy Exec


9 days ago

Manager Healthcare Audita

Target Minneapolis, MN

Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As an Assurance Manager, youll take the lead as… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Product Manager Digital Media

Target Minneapolis, MN

Product Manager, Digital Media( Job Number: TAR00048G) Join the New Business Product Development team, where your goal is make Target s digital… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Principal Security Consultant Information Security Information Risk Management

Target Minneapolis, MN

Principal Security Consultant, Information Security, Information Risk Management(Job Number: FIN088) JOIN US AS A PRINCIPAL SECURITY CONSULTANT… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Analyst Information Security Information Risk Management

Target Minneapolis, MN

Analyst, Information Security, Information Risk Management( Job Number:FIN0KJ) JOIN US AS AN ANALYST, INFORMATION SECURITY, INFORMATION RISK… Ivy Exec


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    Target team consists of hard-working, determined individuals who have the guests' needs at the forefront of their minds.

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    Pros

    10% team discount. You're able to move up the career ladder at Target pretty quickly, depending on your work ethic. Any team member are generally willing to help you, or at least find someone who can assist you. You're trained in more than more department, which makes it possible for more hours and more pay, if you so wish.

    Cons

    The public, of course! The constant need to get more Red Cards. The constant need to sell more warranties. The constant need to watch your speed. Management will sometimes break their own rules/guidelines in order to appease certain guests, which will make you (the cashier) appear incompetent.

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    Make it more clear in the job duties the many responsibilities as a cashier (red cards, warranties, checkout speed, conversing with guests, etc.). Also, I understand why Red Cards are so important, but constantly having to ask each guest (and sometimes the same guests) about Red Cards is making the guests frustrated with the cashier. Instead, I would suggest for each Cashier to hand a slip a paper with the many benefits of the Red Card to each guest along with the receipts of their purchase. In this instance, the guests would have their own leisure to decide whether they want a Red Card. They could always come back to open an account at a later time.

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