At my particular location, the team is really strong- almost like a family, so it's a great working environment because we all help each other. But it's not like that in all departments. Also, while the change over is fairly high/fast, there are quite a few people who have been there (or with the company) for many years,
If you're a really strong worker (like I am) you end up doing a lot more work and they are constantly short staffed (both because people quit but more often, they often call out.)
there's not many perks/benefits tbh, the discount is only 10% and you need a Target red card or cash (not regular debit/credit) to use it, so really the only perk is seeing all the new stuff that comes out at Target first (but you have to wait 15 minutes until after it's been on the floor to buy any special, limited time only collections.)
Almost no pros, if you’re lucky you have cool coworkers.
Team leads play favoritism, one person can get away with everything while an employee is written up because a TL felt like there was a “tone” over the walkie. They time you on breaks and if you go to the rr after the break. I had a workplace injury and I was treated poorly for seeking help. No one helped me with health benefits when my time came. We were always understaffed and if you work hard they make you work harder now that they know they can rely on you. They manipulate and take advantage of employees.
Hardly a benefit but it’s the ONLY one: 10% discount BUT you have to pay in cash or have the Target “red card” to utilize it. It’s nothing.
Can be a pretty fun work environment if you're lucky enough to work with good people.
Doesn't matter how hard you work, or how good your numbers look, if higher-ups don't like you, you will not move up in the company.
If you're lucky enough to have a good boss, work life balance is actually acknowledged and encouraged.