Target Jobs & Careers in Milford, OH

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7 days ago

Target Protection Specialist

Target Blue Ash, OH +4 locations

Maintain a clean, safe store.|Prevent and report theft and fraud.|Provide crisis support.|Help develop a fast, fun and friendly team.| Requirements… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Executive Team Leader Human Resources

Target Cincinnati, OH

Executive Team Leader Human Resources- Cincinnati, OH( Job Number: STO000F3I) JOIN US AS AN EXECUTIVE TEAM LEADER - HUMAN RESOURCES Similar… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Executive Team Lead Salesfloor Cincinatti Ohio

Target Cincinnati, OH

Executive Team Lead Salesfloor-Cincinatti, Ohio( Job Number: STO000FYO) JOIN US AS AN EXECUTIVE TEAM LEADER - SALES FLOOR Similar Industry… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Human Resource Team Member

Target Cincinnati, OH

Develop a fast, fun and friendly team.|Support and train team members.|Handle applicant information with accuracy, security and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Executive Pharmacist FT Float

Target Corporation Cincinnati, OH

Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As an Executive Pharmacist - Float, you'll take… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Sales Floor Team Member  in  Milford, OH
    Former Employee - Sales Floor Team Member in Milford, OH

    I worked at Target

    Pros

    You need additional income
    You like working with people
    it's something to do
    you like being away from your family.

    Cons

    If you aren't willing to work every weekend and what ever days during the week that management wants to schedule you, you are treated poorly.
    If you request time off, you typically are punished by even further reduction in hours.
    Pay stinks, just a few cents above minimum wage.
    Management will have someone from a completely different area of the store complete your annual review and then use a lame excuse that you don't ask questions as to why your increase is minimial 2%. Maybe they should give a focused training program to allow associates to ask questions. Most of the time you are either trying to clean up the store, put away reshop, and run a register on the evening and weekend crews. If you do work a day shift, the regular day shift folks disappear and you are working taking care of calls, reshop, store clean up and guest services.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Teach your managers how to lead. If they feel an associate needs to ask questions first find out what the associate knows...they may not know that there's something missing from their work experience at your store.

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