Just heard from a few managers that was fired today. Company is going down. Who will be left to run stores.
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Good PR on Target's part. I may start patronizing them a bit more to show solidarity with their workers. Also, their stock is doing better than most stocks and it pays a dividend. Bottomline is that Bass Pro is not going to do much for its workers other than tell them to not let the door hit them as they leave.
Target starts paying $15 an hour in July.... might need to start taking my talents elsewhere.
Hey we are now hiring nationwide! What the hell is going on at this place. Terminating people one day and then hiring the next day nationwide?? This place is a joke!
Speaks volumes of management when you have 50% of the associates not returning and the other 50% looking for other jobs. Does anyone higher up look at this?
Johnny was suppose to start visiting stores again this month but cancelled all visits and went back into hiding when the infection numbers went back up. I feel like there’s no leadership at the corporate level and we have no idea what is going on anymore.
That’s a joke not one manager works more than eight hours at our store. Most work six they call each other when the Cats away. Management at our store is a freaking joke.
How about the Event Coordinators. Some of us are being told the position is eliminated, some of us are being told only part of it is going away until events start again and some have not been told anything. Can they all be on the same page, because it needs to be kept fair.
Ours does very little and is always out by 5 p.m. Barks orders to ASMs and they work around the clock. What kind of company sees a GM never work beyond 5 p.m.? GM in retail typically works 12-14 hours a day six days a week minimum.
Georgia. Macon and Savannah. That I know off.
What state did this happen?
We had one let go last week. I don’t trust this company anymore.
The managers are worthless anyways. Let them go manage their local McDonald's.