that blows. they should
i spent the first three hours of my day today in batches instead of actually running my workcenter lol
...what. Has this person never cooked or learned any sort of food safety ever? Like even if they never did the computer training, anyone with even a little bit of life skill would know to 1) check dates, or at the very least, 2) that blood doesn't belong on/near other food.Also, big shout out to whichever moron bagged salads with leaking out of date raw pork.
...what. Has this person never cooked or learned any sort of food safety ever? Like even if they never did the computer training, anyone with even a little bit of life skill would know to 1) check dates, or at the very least, 2) that blood doesn't belong on/near other food.
But yes let's integrate the fulfillment team. It's all same, right?
Slap an RFID gun in any child's hand and they're good to go. Worst case a guest doesn't have a new swimsuit for another *gasp* few days. Give a guest food that could make them sick? That's a lawsuit. Yikes to their priorities haha.we need our best TMs picking style. Sigh.
I work with idiots. I've learned to accept that fact. I have grosser grocery OPU stories. Here's some: you know how potatoes get black and mushy when they go bad? Imagine that getting picked. Seen that. Milk that's so old it has mold in it? Yeah, seen that. Mayo over two months out of date? Yup. Seen that picked. Moldy bread? Sure, why not give that to a guest? Eggs that are so obviously broken the yolks is leaking through the carton and they are also bagged with other products. Yeah, that's my store.
I could go on. Idiots. I work with idiots.
Of course when I go to leadership about this shit and suggest maybe, just maybe, we should restrict who is allowed to pick groceries I'm met with: we need our best TMs picking style. Sigh.
Slap an RFID gun in any child's hand and they're good to go. Worst case a guest doesn't have a new swimsuit for another *gasp* few days. Give a guest food that could make them sick? That's a lawsuit. Yikes to their priorities haha.
Why...would you hate to use something that makes your job 10x easier? I mean, I rarely use a gun unless I legit can't find an item. But most of my team, the newer kiddos especially, have it glued to their hand. Which is a whole other problem when we only have 3 lol.The children hate the RFID guns and mostly refuse to use them.
Yeah, this sucks. Your store "leaders" suck.In my store, I NEVER see team leads or etls picking.
Saw someone on reddit who's store had a fulfillment huddle about this. They had bonkers details like everyone in GM would do opu and SFS on top of their truck push for specific areas. And that an update might be coming to epick so areas of the store were sectioned out so only TMs in those areas would grab things for those orders?
Guys...I'm sensing major corporate shenanigans incoming if this is true. It makes 0 logical sense, which is why it might actually happen...
Apparently their SD had 0 specifics or confirmation. Just...truck push done by 8, everyone is responsible for fulfillment, and the app is supposedly maybe changing to reflect store blocks so like 3 TMs will pick one order if they have items from all different departments?Might? That is down right a order from god
truly friend never underestimate the amount of stupid that can will and does come out of the mothership. when you think you have seen the dumbest shit ever Target will take that as a challenge and out do itself.I honestly cannot see Flex Fulfill getting phased out as a department. It's seriously the fastest growing segment for the corporation itself. Three years ago in my store we had like six full-time experts and after seasonal reductions this year, we'll be sitting at about 25 peeps. I have heard, though, that there is a big push to get regular gm/style/groc cross-trained into it. (Like backing up at the lanes but in OPUs.) If it did get phased out, and departments did their own OPUs, who would do the packing for the SFS portion? The receiving expert? She's busy enough as it is at my store, at least.