As a purpose-driven company, we know how important it is to draw on shared values and behaviors to bring that purpose to life. To help our team members do that each and every day, we’ve created a Code of Ethics that represents our values and the promises we make to our guests, team, stakeholders, communities and our Target brand.
In our daily work, we’re building connections with the people and communities we serve. Every good decision strengthens those bonds and helps create a brand we can be proud of every day.
-- Brian Cornell, CEO
Target Corporation is committed to complying with laws and conducting business ethically. Each Target team member, regardless of role or entity, has a duty to follow the law, the Code of Ethics, and Target’s policies. Team members are obligated to report any actual or suspected violations and always make ethical business decisions that align with Target’s values and behaviors.
The Code of Ethics provides expectations for team member conduct and guides ethical decision making. While it is not possible to specifically cover all laws and policies, the Code establishes expectations to consistently guide ethical decision making.
Code of Ethics PDF
Target’s commitment to ethical standards is reflected in the way we conduct business and through our actions. All team members must always consider the impact on our guests, team members, stakeholders, community and the Target brand when making business decisions.
We must each demonstrate a commitment to building a strong ethical culture by:
- Modeling Target’s values and behaviors through our decisions and actions
- Exhibiting honesty, respect and concern for others through every interaction
- Understanding and following Target policies and procedures
- Complying with all laws
- Seeking guidance when you have questions about what is right
- Reporting any suspected violations or concerns
By holding ourselves and each other accountable to these standards, we deliver on our brand promises while deepening the trust of our guests, team members, stakeholders and communities.