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Target: You reap what you sow

Discussion in 'Happy Trails' started by JK0884, Apr 1, 2017.

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  1. JK0884

    JK0884 Member

    So myself along with a few others have either quit or have put in their notice and I put a majority of my shifts on the Branch app prompting my ETL to tell me that's not fulfilling my two weeks and no one's going to cover my shifts because of how severely understaffed they are, to which I immediately thought "Gee I wonder why, I'm sure it has nothing to do with being treated like crap, hours slashed, demeaning guests, and no support from leadership!" I've considered NCNS the rest of my shifts, because after all what can they do to me! But I've decided that's far too unprofessional and there may come a time when I need Target for reference (Though at this time I don't see that happening). But once I'm done, I'm not looking back.
     
  2. Hardlinesmaster

    Hardlinesmaster Well-Known Member

    Keep on coming in till the end of 2 weeks.
     
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  3. Noiinteam

    Noiinteam Well-Known Member

    Don't burn the bridge. You are doing the right thing by working out these last 2 weeks. I can't tell you how many tms leave and lo and behold they want to come back. They swore they never would. At least keep the door ajar. You may want extra Xmas money!
     
  4. Redzee

    Redzee Well-Known Member

    You may want to work at another Spot and not need the baggage.
     
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  5. redeye58

    redeye58 Hasta Ba Rista, Baby!

    Can't stress this enough.
    You never know if life leads you back to the red & white asylum (albeit a different one) since life sometimes has a cruel sense of humor so best not to block any exits.
     
  6. JK0884

    JK0884 Member

    Thanks for the advice, I honestly thought I'd be a lifer at Target, I've wanted to work there for a while and was happy when I finally got my opportunity, what I wasn't counting on was being stuck in a position that I was miserable in, I feel like I was pretty patient in waiting for another position to come open, it didn't happen and now I'm moving on. But I won't nail the door shut on a return.
     
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  7. signingminion

    signingminion WAVing in the air like I just don't care

    Screw him, so long as someone works those shifts you are fine.

    But yes, worth them out even if it kills you. Spot is easy to come in and out of for cash.
     
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  8. ClarkKent

    ClarkKent Active Member

    I quit after many years without putting in two weeks and regret doing so. I live next to another store and worked with several managers there in the past and all of them said they would've taken me but they can't now. I was told I couldn't transfer and felt trapped at my store and I fled and now I'm feeling the consequences of my actions.
     
  9. HRZone

    HRZone Well-Known Member

    Hang in there. My store we now consider non rehireables if they explain themselves well but I know most stores dont.

    Even if you feel trapped at a store. Two weeks is always doable knowing you are on your way out.
     
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  10. tgtfla

    tgtfla Active Member

    it is getting more common,we just had a former tl rehired as a tm ,had left us a few years back and was considered a non rehire