We have a long history of supporting the communities where we do business by giving five percent of our income. We also volunteer our time and talent, partner with like-minded organizations to build stronger, safer, healthier communities, and invest in the development and well-being of our team members.
Diversity is core to every area of our business: from our team, to our suppliers, to the communities we serve.
inclusive of all team members
We believe in building a team of people with different backgrounds, distinct experiences and unique points of view—reflecting the communities where we live and work.
By developing relationships with minority- and women-owned vendors and suppliers, we invest in the success of businesses across the country.
We couldn’t do it alone. We’ve teamed up with key organizations to strengthen the diverse needs of the communities we serve. Whether it’s assisting with innovative programs, sponsorships or volunteer opportunities, we’re building stronger communities together with our partners.
We’re a member of the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative, helping more young people find jobs, internships and apprenticeships by 2018.
At Target, our team members work in our Stores, Distribution Centers and Headquarters locations. Career options vary from: Stores Hourly Team Member, to Distribution Operations Manager, to Headquarters Technology Java Engineer. Your career will grow and change as your skills and interests take you in new directions.
When people say they love Target, they’re usually talking about visiting one of our stores. That positive and welcoming in-store experience is made possible by the teams that create amazing experiences for our guests every day.
What's it like to work here? We're asked that a lot. Meet some of our team and see for yourself. Target respects and values the individuality of all team members and guests—and we have lots of fun in all that we do.
Our benefits are some of the best in retail, with competitive pay, insurance coverage, career mentoring and many other great perks supporting our team members nationwide in our Stores, Distribution Centers and Headquarters locations.
our benefits support well-being
Happy, healthy team members are better able to help our guests, are more innovative and present at work, and contribute more actively to their communities. That’s why our benefits — among the best in retail — help team members balance five key well-being elements that make life and work meaningful: their physical health, financial security, social relationships, career engagement and community involvement.
Programs, resources and benefit eligibility varies based on average hours worked, location and length of service at Target.
Target encourages wellness and promotes preventive care, offering many benefits and resources to help team members and their families lead healthy, balanced lives.
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Feeling happy, challenged and fulfilled at work is the essence of career well-being. It’s also about getting opportunities to learn and grow, being recognized for contributions, and feeling comfortable in the workplace.
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Target’s legacy of local community involvement and corporate social responsibility is a hallmark of our brand and a source of pride for our team. We provide a robust array of opportunities for team members to get involved in activities that contribute to strong communities.
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Technology at Target
We are looking for technology experts who can connect the in-store and digital environments, and make on-demand-shopping at Target simple, secure and enjoyable. Help develop strategies that drive innovation and sales as you solve challenging problems and master new skills, all while leveraging leading-edge technology. We have technology careers In the following areas:
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I worked at Target full-time (More than 3 years)
Going in at twenty I didn’t expect to work at Target for an extended period of time. What followed were the four best years of my professional career. You not only get to work with a wonderful team, but you get the chance to prove yourself. A lot of promotions are done in-house.
There is only one true con that I can think of, and that is none other than the terrible red and khaki color combination.
Advice to Management
Don’t forget to take care of your team.
I applied in-person. The process took a week. I interviewed at Target (Fond du Lac, WI) in December 2012.
it was a four part interview process starting with my team lead then to the ETL,STL, and finally HRBP it was a week long task that had plenty of preparation.