So, I've been working at Target Starbucks for about four months now and am going to put in my notice today. I was reached out to by a previous manager from a job that I loved and she was offering me my job back and wants to put me on the schedule asap. I've been looking for another job anyways just because my experience working for Target Starbucks has been...stressful? I was promised 30+ hours but for the first three and a half months was only being scheduled 8-10 hours a week, 18 at the absolute most. Other members on my team (that were hired at the same time I was) were no call no shows several times, I covered their shifts (among others that were offered to me) and when the new schedule came about, the no call no shows still had more hours than I did. This was frustrating considering I was covering their shifts, staying hours late and coming in hours early - it simply felt like I wasn't doing enough. On top of that, I've been left alone for hours with a line out the door at least 90% of my shifts. Don't get me wrong, the staff are friendly and polite but after four months of this, I'm exhausted and stressed out. I've considered staying and pushing through but I've heard from several team leads and other employees that nothing really seems to get better. Of course, every situation is different but hearing other people say that things don't change make me cautious. With my old manager wanting to put me on the schedule as soon as possible, I was planning on putting in a one week notice instead of two? Usually at this time in the week, the schedule isn't out yet and I figured that one week is better than nothing. Does anyone know how this would be handled or what I can expect? I have always put in a two weeks notice but this time around, it just doesn't seem like I can.