To be honest, at this point I literally am praying for strength and success in finding a different job and employer. Fortunately, I don't think all that much about working at Target after hours. When I do worry about it, it's because in reality my paycheck isn't adequate. My spouse and I can barely pay the mortgage, routine health expenses, personal transportation (car expenses), food, utilities etc. I mistakenly hoped working at Target would be a decent career path.
Target doesn't care if the same mistakes get made over-and-over by new TMs hired off-the-street, rather than having a skilled and experienced workforce. "Skilled and experienced" employees not only can perform the routine day-to-day functions of their jobs, but are prepared for random adverse situations which can shut down productivity. When the machinery fails, the TMs know how to fix it or how to get repair help right away. When there's too much merchandise to shove into crowded shelves, experienced TMs know how to properly "flex" stuff while also removing inappropriate price tags and signage for different merchandise and replacing with correct tags and signage. Costco is an example of a competitor that "gets it". H-E-B "gets it". Aldi "gets it".