Amazing work environment, always filled with positive energy.
Sellebrity (Current Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – November 8, 2013
Everyday at work is always a new experience. The best part of my current job is helping people find exactly what they're looking for or something close to it, and seeing the wonderful smiles on customers' faces when you are successful in efforts to helping them. Work is always equal among the employees, and everyone is always willing to help one another. Management is helpful and understanding. The most difficult part of my current job is developing an understanding of the different procedures in being at register other than that everything else is for the most part easy.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – July 28, 2017
This job is great for anyone looking to learn about dealing with customers and sales on a beginning level. You will do a lot of folding and hanging clothes, but more importantly you will deal with many different customers every day. This job is best for an outgoing, upbeat person who is willing to be flexible with their availability and who understands that hours may or may not be cut with little to no notice. I really enjoyed this job, it is a great first job. I loved helping the customers and working as a cashier as well as mastering folding and different display techniques. The hardest part was the hours: being cut halfway through the shift I was scheduled for was not ideal. However, I learned to work with the variable schedule and really did enjoy working at Gap.
Fun environment, friendly competitions, learned lots
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – July 28, 2017
Great Start for working as a minor and being able to experience hands on and customer service experience. Task were easy and fair and was a great plessure for this job to be good to me and make a small difference.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 27, 2017
This company had it's days where it was slow paced, but over all great fun company. This company was very team player oriented. We all participated in helping each other when questions were asked. They definitely were updated with technology and had iPods to make ordering online easier.
Terrible management which affected the entire work environment.
Visuals Associate (Current Employee) – Tigard, OR – July 27, 2017
After many issues regarding the manager and multiple phone calls to HR by multiple employees, the manager was still able to keep their job. I did not feel respected or appreciated. I would not recommend this job to anyone.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – July 23, 2017
This was a typical retail position with opportunities in merchandising, sales, and cashier. The workplace culture was good with friendly employees. The hardest part of this job was the negative attitude of the management and the culture it created. I loved working with customers and enjoyed making their experience in the store the best it could be.
Customer Service Consultant (Former Employee) – Petaluma, CA – July 23, 2017
I used to work at the Athleta Headquarters in the call center before all agents went remote. Management was always helpful, some room for growth. I just felt like I outgrew working there quickly as the job was repetitive (as a call center agent). Otherwise, compensation was great and the people were amazing.
Voluntary time off, compensation, people
short breaks, mandatory overtime during holiday season, etc
Manager (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – July 23, 2017
When I worked for the Gap it was the top customer service retail company. The company values their employees by providing company wide management training. For example I attended the following session; Recruit -Retain- Resolve, Diversity, and Conflict Resolution.
Working with people and training managers and employees.
Manager (Current Employee) – Washington State – July 21, 2017
Gap is going through tough times but you would think of that they have weathered the retail storm enough to survive. Lately, operations run close to Old Navy instead of having their own brand identity. Nothing is special. Too many cooks in the kitchen. And there is no longer any career-pathing for loyal employees. Do not drink the kool-aid.
you work alongside talented people, great discount.
too many things change on a dime, difficult to catch up or have a handle on things, have a smarter strategy for promotions, but give the field teams the information at least 72 hours prior instead the day of.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – July 21, 2017
A typical day at work involes me folding clothes, helping customers , and pretty much doing what ever my supervisor needed me to do. I learned how to deal with all kinds of people working here. I learned how to cheer people up when they having a bad day