- 5.0Jan 31, 2019ETL Human ResourcesCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCincinnati, OH
- Management - Pay - Benefits - Personal development - Vacation time - Culture
Long hours but worthwhile work.260
- 5.0Sep 20, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearFort Collins, CO
Easy! Fun, great culture, very inclusive and accepting. Usually understanding
Hard to get hours, Bosses expect a lot
- 4.0Dec 1, 2023Inventory ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearMinneapolis, MN
I recently had the pleasure of working at Target, and I am delighted to share my positive experience. From day one, the company's commitment to fostering a supportive and collaborative work environment was evident. The team at Target is comprised of talented professionals who not only excel in their respective roles but also contribute to a culture of mutual respect and encouragement. I found my colleagues to be approachable and always willing to lend a helping hand, creating a positive atmosphere that greatly enhanced my productivity and job satisfaction.
Limited Advancement Opportunities: The company's hierarchical structure may limit upward mobility for some employees. While there are opportunities for growth, advancement may be slower compared to other organizations, and promotion criteria might not always be transparent. Communication Challenges: At times, communication within the team and between departments could be improved. Important information occasionally took longer to disseminate, leading to confusion and inefficiencies in certain projects. Resource Constraints: Depending on the department, there were instances where resources, both in terms of personnel and tools, felt stretched thin. This could lead to occasional work overload and a need for more streamlined processes.