Supervisor (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – August 25, 2016
Working at Gap Inc is a wonderful experience with great benefits as well as the people you are around. Sadly it is a seasonal job and I am forced to look for another opportunity do to it being temporary.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – August 25, 2016
The company has a little more paper work than most but its still a fun environment! The employees are fun and so are the customers! Floor sets are a over night thing but the employees make sure it stays fun!
I worked at the Tampa location for almost two years and the management staff was great and I enjoyed working there. The work environment was great and I felt that I was supported and trusted throughout my time there.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Commerce, GA – August 24, 2016
Greatest job experience I ever had. The company was an excellent company to work for who had many incentives for not just managers, but also for employees. The management team had great leadership skills that they passed down to their teams. Competitive pay, flexible hours, overall great working environment.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 23, 2016
Greet customers entering the establishment and Maintain clean and orderly checkout area Maintained sales record for inventory control Received payments by cash, credit or debit and distribute the proper change if necessary Deliver excellent customer service on a day to day basis.
Some people are nice. We have work throughout the year. Overtime, is nice. But, you gotta work, if you don't work they will let you go. Hardest part of the job is team work. their is very little of that.
Seasonal Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Fishkill, NY – August 18, 2016
The people that I worked with were nice. and helpful did not learn anything new. My supervisor were very nice the hardest part of the job was how they had the warehouse laid out. there were multi level small box storage which you would have to run up and down all night pulling stock. placing it on a conveyer only to put it back later. didn't seam very efficient
nice break room
a lot of work for very little money the company offered
Gap Outlet Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Watertown, MA – August 17, 2016
I have been in the company for 13 years since 2003. I started as a Sales Associate to an Assistant Manager. They are flexible with my scheduled since I had a baby 5 months ago; so they work with me. We are like a family there and they don't judge you in any situation you are in.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Grove City, OH – August 17, 2016
Basically penalized for taking care of their customer. If you go past you scheduled break or lunch times while helping a customer with their order or issue, every minute is held against you. You have so many minutes per 8 hr day to go over. If you do, it is reflected in your performance review, resulting in lower chances for preferred shifts, pay increases, etc. There are no sick days, just hours earned. If you are sick, you have to use paid time off , in essence vacation hours, and that is also counted against you in the end. Other than this, the company os not to bad to work for.
Decent pay and hours
Personal metrics for overage of time helping THEIR customer
Gap has excellent benefits, however, they will use you to do supervisory type jobs and tell you that you are a clerical and not give you anymore money. If you plan to stay there any amount of time, don't look for a promotion and just stay on the floor.
Promotions take forever, its not what you know its who you brown nose
Senior Fraud Specialist (Former Employee) – Grove City, OH – August 17, 2016
It's been a long time since I've worked with this company but indeed is requiring me to submit a review. from what I remember it was a good company to work for however there was limited growth and that is why I left for other opportunities.