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Target in Grand Forks, North Dakota
3601 32nd Ave S, Grand Forks, ND 58201 (Directions)
☎️ +1 701-787-6177 (Call Now)
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Target Reviews in Grand Forks, North Dakota
– 5 Star Reviews: 394
– 4 Star Reviews: 175
– 3 Star Reviews: 60
– 2 Star Reviews: 13
– 1 Star Reviews: 37
December 2021 by Louis MillerSo, the U.S. is a feminist country and if you abuse women, even as a manager, you'll probably be subject to legal action. People have to adjust their behavior with women, because women make convincing victims. So, when the company reps, stop by, they can observe how the store manager gives corrections, instructions and reprimands to both male and female employees and see if he notices any difference in how forceful he is with the men. So, perhaps, being forceful is sometimes seen as an act of love. I'm sure in the military people develop a certain sadomasochistic relationship, like with their drill instructors. See, now ideally a manager will not turn every interaction with a female team member into giving instructions and corrections and every interaction with a male team member into a reprimand. Americans have this idea that life should be fair and when it isn't, we worry about it. We feel something is wrong. So, managers usually win points with their staff by drawing attention to how much they love and care about women and how much they want to protect them. This allows them to treat male subordinates with contempt and still be a hero. And everyone salutes such a manager. Not to mention earning $7K per month. Love, respect and $7K per month? That's starting to sound like a good job. Well, if the company reps stop by, I wonder if they would have an interest in evening out how male and female workers are treated during their interrogations. So, it feels more fair. I think, as a customer, I might feel more comfortable knowing that male and female workers are abused equally by the evil corporation, so I'm not supporting them having to come to work and sacrificing their human dignity unequally. But, if the store manager is a male, and they observe male workers being treated with more of a rough attitude, does that mean the store manager wants to give permission to the company reps to be rough on him, when they stop by? I'm sure the question has already come up. I know that hispanic women count as a minority when the company takes statistics, but the whole purpose of anti-discrimination laws is that they look at the qualities of the person and their past employment record, not their gender, skin color, their height, weight (to an extent), etc. I'm a little suspicious. I don't see too many black employees, there. It might be good for the company to look at the minorities and see if they are hiring certain minorities, to claim they are following diversity in hiring, even if they really aren't so open-minded and non-judgmental. The company might be able to pull up those records, without even bothering the local managers, now that we live in the digital age. They might even be able to take a representative sample of minority employees and white employees, say from the last three months, and see how long each one lasts and compute a statistic for it. See if minority candidates tend to be fired on average after just 4 weeks, while white candidates might last more like 2 months. That might spark some interesting questions and some lively debate.
December 2021 by Florinda ContrerasIt was Christmas eve and the sale I got made me feel like I was stealing but overall I love shopping at target as rarely as I go I always leave happy.
December 2021 by IG KYour location deserves negative 5 star review. Worst service every time I shop or pickup. App doesn’t work at all and no one answers the phone for picking up an order for curb pick up. Delays are extremely high. On orders placed online through the app. I drive out of town to the nearest Target and it’s just awful every single time. I’m literally going out of my way for curb pickup and more than 3 hours later my order is not ready. I don’t know what happened but this is ridiculous. This is the last time I will shop at your Target.
December 2021 by Bobbie LampiI purchased a wedding gift from a Target gift registry. The recipients loved the gift when they opened it. For whatever reason, they returned the gift and got a refund from Target. My complaint is that Target notified me of the return and refund. By the way, the refund was not to my account… and pretty much not my business. But it has created hurt feelings unnecessarily.
December 2021 by Elma ImamovicThis is hands down my favorite Target in ND! We drive up from Fargo about once a month. The grocery side is my absolute favorite, kids get their nuggets and I get my Starbucks and everyone is happy. This is a full service Target with a bakery, deli, lots of veggies and fruits! The meal kits are my favorite from Target! The store is also located in a strip mall with Old Navy, Michaels, Hallmark and restaurants.
⏰ Target Hours in Grand Forks, North Dakota
7 AM-10 PM
7 AM-10 PM
7 AM-10 PM
7 AM-10 PM
7 AM-10 PM
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7 AM-10 PM
About Target, Grand Forks, North Dakota
Owner title: Target
Target features: Department store, Baby store, Clothing store, Electronics store, Furniture store, Grocery store, Shoe store, Toy store, Service options: Curbside pickup: true, Delivery: true, In-store pickup: true, In-store shopping: true, Same-day delivery: true, Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible entrance: true, Wheelchair accessible parking lot: true, Planning: Quick visit: true, Recycling: Electronics: true, Ink cartridges: true, Plastic bags: true, Payments: Checks: true, Debit cards: true, NFC mobile payments: true, SNAP/EBT: true, Credit cards: true
Description: Retail chain offering home goods, clothing, electronics & more, plus exclusive designer collections.
Area / Region: Grand Forks, North Dakota
Longitude / Latitude: -97.0799518, 47.8866414 (Location)