Executive Team Leader Logistics (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 22 August 2017
Target is focused on developing their team. You have to be smart and an active person to be able to survive and move higher faster. Fast, Fun and Friendly environment for sure.
Work-life balance was not good but I have worked at different companies and it is the same environment. You cannot expect to not work long hours. Once you have a good hold of your department and area, you will move up faster.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 9 May 2017
I typically stock items on shelves, and process payments, i am responsible for keeping the store tidy, and associating with customers, the management is good, and the most enjoyable part is communicating with customers.
Brand Attendant (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 8 May 2017
it was ok i had an experience a few where pretty cool i wouldnt say id work there again not for me but was ok i tended to just do my work and such felt weird cause i caught alot of my old friends stealing
Cashier / Stocker (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 9 April 2017
At typical day of work involves receiving, stocking and selling merchandise. The management is awesome and genuinely care about the safety and health of their employees. The workplace atmosphere is good and if any problems occur the management handles it well. The hardest part of the job is the physical demands and the most enjoyable part is the sense of community.
Store Manager - STL (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 7 April 2017
A typical day at Target..busy, fun, guest experience, planograms, replenishment, innovation, collaboration, resiliency, flexibility. I learned so much about running a retail operation during my time at Target. In the end, after the announcement for the Canadian operations closing spring of 2015, it was my job to run the store, keep the morale up among the team and facilitate the liquidation process.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 3 April 2017
Target really strives to bring the best out of you as an individual, and to utilize those skills every day on the sales floor. You really encounter a sense of belonging, and an almost family feel with fellow employees.
Distribution Center and Online Operations (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 March 2017
good work environment. Good co workers. work place is very nice. hard work. Good week end parties and nice work location. Very hard to clear the interview and all the latest technologies are used in Target
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 20 March 2017
This was one of my favorite experiences being employed. I was so excited to hear when Target was opening up in Winnipeg and across Canada and instantly.. I applied for multiple positions. I got the call, had the interview and I got the job. It was the most friendly interview process i have ever experienced. Also a notable mention that we had a paid orientation and a very detailed training that truly made me feel confident on my own around the store. I worked lots of cashier, customer service, sales floor and a lot of stocking and re-shop. My schedule was part time however shortly after being with Target they noticed my good work ethic and would deliberately call me because I was very reliable and committed to working at Target.. So it was a big plus for me, I got like 20 hours added to each week I was pretty well 20 hours off full time. It was very unfortunate that Target failed as a business/contract and had to close down, they had to let me go due to foreclosure however I will forever be happy with this experience!
Presentation Team Lead (Former Employee) – Corner Brook, NL – 11 March 2017
I worked here while it was in Canada and would still be there today if it didn't close down. The company provided a great starting salary, yearly bonus and the choice to work overtime. Management were great leaders and the company was very supportive of there staff.
Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 11 March 2017
No communication Hours varied from 3:30am-12pm, than 11pm-7am than 6am-4pm etc... Unloaded truck on a everyday basis, than unloaded stock on to the sales floor. Working with the group I worked with out back