Our benefits philosophy is quite simple: we’re invested in the wellbeing of our team members, both at work and outside. It’s why we go beyond the expected to curate benefits that enhance the health and lifestyles of our team members and their families. With the new work from home environment, new benefits have been introduced to help team members balance home and work better. The include enhanced insurance coverage, flexible work hours, 24x7 well-being support, sessions on physical and mental wellness, resources for financial support and special allowance and reimbursements for remote work.
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Current and former employees report that Target provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“It's only 10% if I recall correctly, but with the salary being so low, I don't think you'd want to spend your money there anyways. ”
“5% company match from the start”
“Get multiple hours for vacation every pay period”
Paid time off was manageable
Family leave, 401k plans, we’ll-being time
Great 401K program, great benefits and HSA options
Great benefits, great place to work
Currently working at Target HQ as a designer (remote) making $75K, with 3% yearly salary increase. I have 4+ years of work experience and 2 years teaching at collegiate level prior to coming to Target. Is that a comparable salary/title to other designers in the industry with 4+ years of experience?
Please help, I’m currently working for a startup that was unable to raise its Series B and has started downsizing its staff. I’ve been here only 3 months and I’m afraid the company doesn’t have enough runway considering the macro environment. I want to jump ship but I’m afraid I may be seen as a job hopper, context below: Job 1: 1 year Job 2: 5 months (received an admit from my Target school) Job 3: 1 year, 10 months Job 4 (current): 3 months The news of layoffs is scaring me.
The benefits were great and the salary was pretty good.
Don't know. They offered it to even seasonal when I was there 2016
Great benefits package and fair
401k is great, I did not take the insurance
PT no benefits, works around your schedule if you have additional jobs
There aren't any to speak of.