Very up tight and micro-managing
The gap is a cool place to work. Gives good hours. Management team leaders are every nice
The culture is not what it used to be. Upper leadership is unprofessional and uncaring about their people.
The work environment is very lively, and great. The management is always supportive, and the customers are very loyal to the store in this location, so a great way to build connections and get to know the needs of your crowd.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
It is a fun job and not very stressful at all
Answered - Assisting in fitting room (Former Employee) - Asheville, NC
The company definitely helps you learn the in's and out's of business and helps you develop yourself in different parts of the business but I felt the amount of hard work I proved was not compensated enough for. The people within the store were great to work with for the most part but not enough team players.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
The work environment at Gap was very unfriendly. Everyone had their separate groups as well as drama. It was hard to make friends, especially because I was new. It was times where people would not say hi or bye. I did have several occasions where I enjoyed working there. Most of them was because of the customers and because I did not feel alone with the few friends I made.
Answered - Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Wayne, NJ
The work environment is very easy going fun and very friendly.
Nice managers who believe that there is no such thing as stupid questions.
Answered - Gap Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, NY
Culture is very loose and upbeat but environment is ever changing and unstable
Answered - Desktop Support Technician (Current Employee) - San Francisco, CA
It was a group interview. They used activities in order to choose who was going to be hired.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Mays Landing, NJ