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They've got an Ignorant Point System that; makes all the decisions; for them. According to them, if you don't know how to Operate a Computer; and ALL THEIR COMPUTER PROGRAMS OVERNIGHT: THEN YOU DON'T HAVE ANY WORK EXPERIENCE!

JUST ' CAUSE I DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO WORK A COMPUTER: DIDN'T MEAN, I DIDN'T HAVE ANY WORK EXPERIENCE! THEY ONLY WANT THEIR MELLINIAL BRATS THAT DON'T KNOW HOW THING ARE: EITHER BUILT OR ARE ASSEMBLED. THERE ARE 4 MELLINIAL BRATS THERE THAT: CAN'T EVEN READ A TAPE MEASURE WITHOUT THE FRACTIONS ALREADY BEING MARKED OFF! THEY DON'T KNOW HOW TO HANDLE MORE THAN 1 CUSTOMER AT A TIME.

THEY EXPECT Y'ALL TO; ALREADY HAVE: A HOUSE, VEHICLE, AND BE USED, AND TREATED LIKE A ***. I'VE NEVER SEEN A COMPANY WITH SUCH IRRATTIC HOURS. WHETHER I'VE WORKED PART TIME OR FULL TIME; I'VE ALWAYS HAD STEADY SCHEDULES. THE WAY THEY SCHEDULE THEIR EMPLOYEES THERE; AN O.S.H.A RISK.

Y'ALL DON'T SCHEDULE HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR'S TO WORK 1 DAY 2:00 TO 10:00 THEN EXPECT THEM TO COME BACK THE VERY NEXT DAY AT: 5:00am AND EXPECT THEM TO BE ABLE TO OPERATE AT FULL CAPACITY. THAT PUTS NOT ONLY THEIR EMPLOYEES AT RISK: BUT THEIR CONSUMERS TOO. THAT'S AN O.S.H.A RISK. THEY'VE ALREADY LOST AT LEAST 5 OR 6 CUSTOMER'S THAT WERE BRINGING IN; ANYWHERE FROM $500,000 TO OVER $1,000,000 A YEAR TO THEIR LOCATION.

BECAUSE THEY EITHER BROKE THEIR PRODUCTS OR THEIR PRODUCTS. THAT WEREN'T DELIVERED TO THEM WHEN THEY SAID: THAT THEY WOULD BE.

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Anonymous
#1223380

Your rant doesn't make a lot of sense. Unless you are in management when you work till close, you can't be scheduled before 9AM the next morning and you don't sound like you should have been in a management position.

Anonymous
#1223483
@Anonymous

ok.....even Management at Menards need to get a decent break. Get home at 11 and back to work at 6:30 is a regular thing.

That's barely enough time for 5 hours of sleep.

Anonymous
#1223865
@Anonymous

Not true....Target can have you work until 11:15pm (15 minutes after the store closes) and be expected back the next day at 6am for placing the ads. This means getting home around 11:40pm (depending on distance) and leaving home the next morning at 5:30am (waking up no later than 5am).

And no, this is not just management. Trust me, it happens every weekend.

Anonymous
#1223872
@Anonymous

I stand corrected....the ad placement is at 5am, not 6am. So that's even worse (waking up no later that 4am after going to bed after 11:30pm). So yes, it does happen.

Anonymous
#1224189
@Anonymous

I thought the review was about Menards, not Target. Menards policy is to not schedule non-management employees before 9AM if they closed the night before.

Life still sucks for management.

Non management employees are also limited to a maximum 10 hour shift but management has no maximum shift. And they wonder why it's so hard to find people willing to move into management positions.

Anonymous
#1248225
@Anonymous

Hmm, must be new policies. I worked there for 6 years in 3 different states until 2014 and there was no such thing as not scheduling openers at 5 for OSY/Receiving, regardless of closing the night before.

Your shift lengths are dependent on state laws as are break allowances so that is kind of irrelevant; for instance, in Illionois, any shift at least 7.5 hours requires a lunch break, 15 hours 2 lunch breaks, and the first break MUST occur within the first 5 hours of the shift for either.

Management sucks more, you're actually obligated to stay as long as it takes to finish EODs if you're a keyholder and still have to be back to open 'er up at 5. When you write your own schedule it happens less often, only once a week is the way I did it for all my guys that HAD to do a turn-around at some point in the two week rotation.