Perishable Assistant Wizard
- Aug 20, 2013
Good news a blizzard and no truck today.
this is going backwards.
this is going backwards.
This all of this!!!!!!!! Hanging on seems the only reasonable thing to do. I understand and it's heartbreaking.Is what I did, I hung on until they let me go. My husband is on disability and is on my insurance. We both have health issues that we relied heavily on our insurance for, hoping I can afford to get COBRA and my unemployment gets approved. You can't cash out your pension or 401k until after 30 days from separating from the company. So it's a waiting game now for $$$ and a gamble for insurance. Sucks that it comes down to this when you thought you'd be with the company until retirement and all of a sudden you find yourself sinking fast It was very hard for me to hang on towards the end without just walking out but like you said it's not just me it's my husband also so I hung on until I was "disposed of"
I agree. I've been "watching" Beauty for a few weeks (I'm an SLTL) until their new TL is on boarded and trained. It's been... something. Luckily, the Beauty TMs are pretty good.interesting that they're going to attempt to have a softlines TL run either electronics or beauty. i think they're gonna run into some of the same issues that they faced with beauty/tech lead but i guess we'll see
Never!😱 His thing is sending us the worst leadership team on the planet, who can’t run this bleepshow, but I’ve never seen him do any physical work to help us out. Shoots a pretty good stick at talking to the ETLs, but that’s about it.🙄
Our headcount is similar to what it read before our 5th anniversary as a store. But that makes for lots of chiefs and no Indians come January...Not sure if it means anything but... Our Store Director announced that the following Lead and Leader position are coming back to our High Volume Super Target store:
- Deli Lead
- Frozen Lead
- Style/ Beauty Lead
- Style/ Electronics Lead
- Food & Beverage Leader #3
- Food & Beverage Leader #4
- Each Food Leader cover two food related departments (Dairy/Frozen, Meat/Produce, Deli/Bakery, Market/Starbucks/Cafe)
Pretty much almost all the positions that were eliminated over the course of these past 8 month.
They were pushing truck one of the 30 carts pallets scattered throughout the sales floor. Yes we have pallets of boxes on the sales floor everywhere.
I know that a big pamphlet about OSHA rules recently materialized at one of our corkboards so with that development that news would not surprise me.Not sure if this is a truth but on the west coast the rumor mill is buzzing about Osha fining Target in a big way for multiple violations...anyone hearing any of this?