Receiving Associate, Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Leesburg, VA – October 31, 2013
Pros: discount, pay
Routine and very disciplined job. Learned to work 1st shift. Co-workers were very helpful. hardest part was working black Friday. I enjoyed just being part of team willing to teach and help whenever needed.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Fairfax, VA – March 5, 2014
Pros: good coworkers, good pay
Gap Inc is a very good place to work for. I worked at Old Navy for almost 2 years now and it's been a very nice place to work at. My coworkers are very friendly and the pay is good. If you love the retail industry then it'll be a good it for you. The hardest part of the job was probably trying to keep up with the customers and the store during holiday – more... season because it gets intense. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping out the customers because it makes me feel like I contributed. – less
I took incoming calls from customers, assist with placing orders from corporate websites, assist with finding any lost packings and also resolving an
Customer Service Representative Seasonal (Former Employee), Groveport, OH – March 4, 2014
Pros: the environment
IVery good job this was just a seasonall position but I loved the environment, very good place to work they treat their employers very good. The managers really get to know whom they working with, they have no problems assisting.
Customer Service Representative/Call Center (Former Employee), Rocklin, CA – March 3, 2014
My typical day at work was taking customer orders over the phone and handling calls, complaints, and inquiries, it was extremely fun management and my co-workers were great it was an all around fun job!
Productive, very busy, great employees and co-workers
Associate Store Manager (Former Employee), 250 West 57th Street, New York, New York – March 3, 2014
Very busy but productive days. All day customer service interaction Loved teaching my employees to give great customer service and loved taking care of the customers. Enjoyed learning and helping my co-workers.
Women's Specialist (Current Employee), Carlsbad, CA – March 2, 2014
Pros: hour flexible
Cons: have to work holidays
A typical day at work starts at five or six in the morning. If it is a shipment day my first responsibility is to make sure that the shipment supervisor has a place for all the new product if any arrives. After if there is free time I go ahead and help the supervisor until about ten in the morning which is when we get ready for opening hour. The last – more... four hours are either where they need me to help or I use the time to plan out my week for the section I am in charge of. The management is very helpful for any changes we see are needed depending on what needs to get done that week. – less
Merchandise Handler (Former Employee), Fishkill, NY – March 1, 2014
Pros: two 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch
The supervisor was always ready at the start of every shift with our daily assignments and what our work goals were. One of the most important things i learned at the Gap was how to work as a team. The management could have used some work. The co-workers that i worked with were very nice and always was willing to lend a helping hand if anyone needed – more... the help. The most difficult part of my job was working the night shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that we did a wonderful job completing the goal and everything got shipped out on time – less
Fun place to interact with people and learn new style trends
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Green Bay, WI – February 26, 2014
In any given day, my main responsibility is taking care of the customers that come into the store and making sure that they have a rewarding experience. My main concern is helping them find the right style for their body and making sure they look and feel fabulous at the end of the day. It is so rewarding to help someone discover their own sense of – more... style and give them a confidence boost. I have had so many moms that have simply forgotten about themselves because they are so focused on their families. They will try on a few things and then feel like giving up, but I'm there to reassure them that they aren't too old or too overweight to be dressing with style. It really changes a person's attitude when they find the perfect fit and it's the most amazing transformation to witness. The job itself can be a little stressful due to the fact that promotions are constantly running and it's my job to make sure that people are signing up for credit cards and buying a lot of clothes. For me this is a stress factor because I know that times are tough and I don't like pushing things on people that they don't need. I enjoy helping people find the right clothes but I do not want to have to force them to buy things they don't need. – less