The online petition launched by Target employee Anthony Hardwick has collected more than 190,000 signatures asking Target not to make workers come in on Thanksgiving night.
The Minnesota-based retailer is opening at midnight on Black Friday instead of 5 a.m. This change means workers will have to come in no later than 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving, petitioners say.
Hardwick is a parking lot attendant in Omaha. Another Target employee delivered the 190,000- plus signatures in person to Target’s corporate headquarters yesterday.
Not sure Target has changed its mind. In a recorded message at the Target store in West Baltimore, the retailer says it’s opening at midnight on Black Friday.