Target has announced they aim to hire 130,000 seasonal workers. With the #Coronavirus making this a unique holiday season, #Target says they will dedicate more workers to distribution centers and supporting same-day services such as curbside pickup.
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Target said it expects to hire about 130,000 seasonal workers for the holidays, in line with its hiring last year.
New employees will be dedicated to same-day curbside and in-store pickup of online purchases compared with the first half of the year.
Distribution centers will have more workers than last holiday season to make sure stores don’t run out of popular items.
Some workers will focus on safety and cleaning. And across stores, employees will be cross-trained so they can switch from task to task as needed, from disinfecting shopping carts to helping with curbside pickup during peak hours.
Target locations across the USA have started their seasonal hiring initiatives in order to meet the demands of the holiday rush.
Several full and part-time, seasonal and permanent employment opportunities with the in-store customer service/sales, warehouse/distribution and management departments are now available for your review.
Whether you are looking to supplement your unemployment income, a new job option or getting your foot in the door with a temp to permanent employment opportunity check out your local Target job listings for immediate hiring options today!
My work history includes grocery stores and food service as a hostess, but I am really wanting to get a job at Target as a cashier or beauty specialist! I did some research and found out that they offer on the job training, and I think I learned some valuable skills at my past job. I'm going to apply and hope for the best! Wish me luck!!!
Signed, a future #target employee!!!
I applied to Target about three days ago, and the next day I got a missed call (I don't normally pick up phone numbers that I don't recognize. If it's important I figure they'll just leave a voicemail) and they did leave a voicemail. It was from the HR department of Target saying they wanted to speak with me about my application. I called them back right away only for the girl to tell me that HR was on lunch break (and this was around 7:15 pm when they called). So the girl asked for my name and number and told me that HR would contact me the next day. For a good part of the day I didn't receive any phone calls so I called them back which was yesterday. The girl once again told me that they had gone on break, and the manager or whoever dealt with applications was not available to speak with me. She said to call back again in 45 mins. I call a second time. The phone kept ringing and no one picked up.
My sister advised me to not make myself look so desperate and wait patiently for them to call me. However, I am feeling anxious and feel that if I don't speak with someone from HR soon, that they'll feel I'm not serious about the position. I don't know what to do at this point. Also I have developed phone anxiety recently; I get so nervous talking with people over the phone especially when it means a potential job is on the line. Thanks in advance for your help!