Curious????....A learning plan is a standard generated document created by Target. The only thing you have to do is review it and sign it. And your done. You never create one yourself.I would be. I got terminated this week for not completing
My learning plan, even though I was never scheduled time to work on it.
My advice, keep on top of it or it becomes ammunition to fire you.
And don't let your Team Leads or ETL's tell you it's not Important.
During seasonal hiring last year, our store was very lean on hours for non-seasonal cashiers, so the trainees rarely got to see the trainers let alone work with them. It seemed like every other shift I worked in early-to-mid November, I had to watch a trainee because there wasn't a cashier trainer scheduled.If that isn't a possibility, ensure that one of your strongest non-trainer TMs is working at least most of the shift with the un-trained TM.
Yeah, That was an issue I had when I first got promo'd to PA. It's up to you to 'demonstrate courage' and tell your etl you need training hours.Dont feel bad. For an entire year, i never had a learning plan for my old sales floor market team member position. I never had one because i was "keyed" under backroom day so officially i was never trained.
I got promoted to PA 3 weeks ago and I JUST started my new learning plan. HR is getting my a$$ about getting the learning plan when my etl only schedules me to close and doesnt schedule me with any training hours.