Millennials at Target grade their overall culture a C; also rating it 66/100, 3 points lower than Target's overall culture as rated by all 3016 employees on Comparably. Millennials are considered more demanding and to have higher expectations than their more experienced colleagues. Three areas millennials working at Target think their company is performing well in are: Outlook (B-), Environment (B), and Team, (C+).
Millennials working at Target and everywhere else are striving for a balanced life. At Target, the majority of employees are satisfied with their work life balance. The average Target employee receives 0-10 days paid days off per year, and socializes with their peers never outside of work. See what employees at Target think about their work life balance.
Within Minneapolis, 23% of millennials shared they have a mentor. At Target, 34% of millennials say they receive mentorship, which leads to the assumption that Target is a great place to work for millennials focused on their professional growth. See what employees think about mentorship and professional growth at Target.
Employees at Target have ranked their perks and benefits in the Bottom 40% of companies within Minneapolis and in the Bottom 45% of similarly-sized companies on Comparably. When asked to estimate how much employees think Target spends on their benefits, the most common answer selected is less than $500/mo. If Target employees had to select additional benefits not already provided it would be gym/health club membership and massage therapy. Learn about perks & benefits at Target.
It’s difficult to retain a millennial, and all three aforementioned sections listed bear importance. To recap, Target employees rate their work life balance an A. They do not think highly of Target's professional growth opportunities. Employees have graded Target's perks and benefits a C. These ratings and reviews lead us to conclude that Target is a suitable company for the millennial workforce. Learn more about Target's efforts to retain employees.