How to quit my job at target?

Im giving a notice, but how do I do it? What do I do? I work at target

10 Answers

  • The ᴅιcκ way : walk in with a card give it to you boss when he/she opens it the card shall say I’m quoting *****! Than when they have read it hit the card up in the air like a volleyball then walk backwards while flipping them off with both hands but have a friend be you get away driver

    Source(s): It would be funny
  • It’s pretty simple actually. If you decide you want to quit Target and still have them as a good work-related reference in the future follow these steps:

    1. Have a written out note mentioning "Two Weeks Notice" you can personalize it saying that it was fun while it lasted, or you decided to take your career in a different direction. Either way, just state it’s a notice.

    2. Turn the Notice to the HR person, put in their mailbox or hand it to them personally.

    3. After your two weeks is up you’ll sign some papers, turn in your name badge, and discount card and be good to go.

    Source(s): Target guy.
  • I quit a job at Target about four months ago. Here’s what I did:

  • In clerical, I talked to the HR woman. It was a weekday afternoon, so she was there. If she wasn’t, I would have talked to any manager. She gave me a form, I signed it. It stated my intention of leaving, and when my last day available for working was. Two weeks from the current date is pretty much the only date you should put there.

    At the bottom, there’s an optional section for why you’re leaving, including reasons like, "Took a different job" which was followed up by company and starting salary, and reasons like, "supervisor issues," "going to school," "unsatisfactory hours/salary/benefits/etc."

    tl;dr: During your next scheduled shift, just let the LOD know you’d like to put in your notice. It takes like three minutes.

  • You should tell your supervisor that you are returning to school at the end of January and that you will be quitting so you can focus more on your studies. Ask them what the store’s policy regarding leaving work consist of and what you need to do to leave on good terms with the store. Don’t just quit. Try and work up until the last week if you can tolerate it. It will be extra money for you when you return to school.

  • Write a letter

    ‘ dear (managers name)

    I wish to resign. I am giving 2 weeks notice to be able to refill my position . I will return my uniform within 4 days of my resignation.

    Also say why. People hate if you don’t. Just say ‘ I think my experience would be better put to use somewhere else as I don’t think I am right for this position. Something like that

  • If you go into your HR office. There should be a paper to give at least a two weeks notice. You fill it out and give it to your HR director. If you wish to quit immediately. I would call and tell them you can’t work there anymore, or if worst case scenario, not going to work for three days in a row WITHOUT calling is voluntary leave. I would not do this if you want to work for them ever again.

    Source(s): I quit Target. It was the best decision I ever made.
  • Tell your manager your going quit. Ask if they would like it in writing. Tell them 2 weeks in advance. They may ask why, and you can tell them the reason. Don’t worry, It’s your right to quit and ppl quit jobs every day. Your just supposed to provide 2 weeks notice.

  • Write a letter

    Dear Sir

    I wish to give ….put period of notice here and leave on……..put date.

    Yours faithfully

    ..sign your name.

    That is all that is actually required. Most people add something nice such as thank you for giving me the experience of working for your company. I have learned a lot etc.

  • u want to quit? go for it, ur not in school.. go to ur boss talk to him about it, tell him u want to quit. thats it, oh and he will give u a couple of papers to sign.

  • Speak to your manager

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