- Aug 19, 2013
To which I mostly blame the process and lack of hours. It's hard to motivate people to do 12 hours of work in just a 4 hour shift when they know the reward is just another 4 hour shift with the same expectations. You certainly don't get motivated when you ask for guidance and the response is "Figure it out".Many of our newer team members are unproductive the moment they punch in.
Not only that but when Target expects prospective hires to have open availability but only gives them random mid-day shifts that are nearly impossible to schedule a second job around, the quality of those people are going to drop like a rock. The good ones are going to jump ship as soon as they find something more steady.