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fun
Merchandising specialist (Current Employee), Vacaville, CAJuly 22, 2014
Love my co workers there. The shifts are super early mornings and overnights shift.
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Fine if you're a kid
Denim Specialist/Sales and Logistics (Current Employee), Vernon Hills, ILJuly 22, 2014
Cons: just about everything unless you're in high school and this is just a part time gig
Customer base is rude and disrespectful. Management is in their own world. Learned that I don't want to work retail as a career. Overworked and underpaid big time.
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Overall a fun place to work.
Sales associate (Current Employee), Tuscola, ILJuly 21, 2014
Best part about working at Old Navy is learning new things,my co-workers, and working with the public.
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Productive and Fun place to work
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Hamden,CTJuly 21, 2014
I like working at old navy because it keeps you on your toes. You never know what to expect on a typical day, which keeps you ready for anything.
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Productive
Merchandising Manager (Former Employee), Collierville, TNJuly 21, 2014
Pros: employee discount.
Cons: employee discount.
Fun place to work, I loved coming to work everyday! The hardest part about this job was dealing with irate customers. What I enjoyed most was the flexibility with school.
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Productive and fun workplace
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Jefferson City, MOJuly 20, 2014
Pros: discount on clothes
* cashier handling
*organizing and folding product
* engaging with customers
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busy
Cashier (Former Employee), sevierville tnJuly 20, 2014
it is in a large tourist area and you are busy almost every day but it makes work go by fast. great job for high school students
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Okay for first retail working experience
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Watertown, MAJuly 16, 2014
Pros: n/a
Cons: it's retail, the management is horrible
It's okay, they're slightly strict. Management had their favorites/we're very rude. Co-workers were the best part of the job, they we're great. Hardest part of the job would be the management, I would have stayed if it wasn't for their condesencing tone and overall rudeness towards their employees.
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Old navy is a great job but they need my order
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Houston, TXJuly 16, 2014
Pros: good discount
Cons: hour cutbacks
A day at Old navy starts off by going to a leader and they gives you the job objective for the day, than they tell you what your doing. if i'm placed in the fitting room i have to process clothes, greet and ask customers would they like to apply for an old navy card and tell the customer the benefits of the card, make sure the restrooms are clean. Retrieve – more... clothes from the fitting room if a customer leaves them in there.
If Im working the sales floor im interacting with customers all day, Greeting them, helping them find certain items, and giving them our sales pitch, and also asking them would they lie to apply for an old navy car.
If I'm working shipment i am arriving at the store at 6am, and im un-packaging clothes, shoes, and accessories before the store opens
If i am working the signage team i am at the store at 5am
putting up the posters and marketing for the sale.( window sign and rack signs) before the store opens
If i am doing markdowns i arrive at 5am and scanning every item in the store and moving the items that are markdown to clarence and putting the price on them. before the store open – less
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Stressfull place to work
Pricing Specialist (Current Employee), Tomball, TXJuly 16, 2014
Work schedule is always changing and the leadership is not reliable .
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Busy, fun work place
Merchandising Specialist (Former Employee), Williamsburg, IAJuly 16, 2014
The job is pretty hard because the upper managers tend to want you to do a lot of work. This job is very stressful and it doesn't come with any benefits as a full time job. You work 40 hours a week but there's no paid time off, vacation, nothing. It's stressful if you don't have a strong background in retail. You'll work shipment at 5 am and you'll – more... have to make sure you get it done in a fast, efficient manor. This can add stress if your shipment team is slow. Overall, I didn't have a very good experience with this job. – less
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Productive and upbeat workplace.
Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee), South Windsor, CTJuly 15, 2014
Pros: vending machines and tv in the break room and close fast food places in evergreen walk.
Cons: hardly any hours.
A typical day at work would be going in, saying hi to everyone who is working at the moment, then going into the back and clocking in. Putting my stuff in my locker, and going out onto the work floor. Then, I would see who is the manager on duty at the time, and ask them what I am supposed to be doing. The hardest part of the job would be helping customers – more... when I can't because I don't like depressed customers when you can't fulfill their needs. The most enjoyable part of the job would be folding and running clothes back to where they belong. – less
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Productive and Fun Workplace
Cashier, Customer Service, Logistics (Former Employee), Medford, ORJuly 15, 2014
great first job while in high school. Awesome co-workers and a great management that made you feel like a part of a team.
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Fun workplace
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 15, 2014
I always enjoyed working for Gap Inc. A typical day is full with learning new things and smiles. Sometimes its not always like that and thats fine. The managers and coworkers are easy and fun to work around. We can be silly but serious about our jobs and the customers. There is no hard part of my job. I just need a change of scenery. I enjoy the customers – more... there. They are always smiling. – less
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Fun place to work if your in college or live at home
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), York, PAJuly 14, 2014
Pros: great manager
Cons: no fulltime positions
A great working environment
No fulltime hours
coworkers were great
management worked with employees as much as possible
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Fun workplace
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Elizabeth, NJJuly 14, 2014
Co workers are willing to help each other. Friendly environment
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Great company.
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee), New YorkJuly 14, 2014
Great company to work for. That is all.Great company to work for. That is all.Great company to work for. That is all.
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Fun place to work
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Daytona Beach, FLJuly 13, 2014
Pros: family oriennted-everybody got alont
Cons: not enough hours given to me
This was my first job while being in college and overall I loved working at old navy. My co-workers and managers all felt like a second family. Even through the time constraints of planning for special events, or the chaos of black Friday we always found a way to have fun together and make our job a little more easier.
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Fun Environment
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Bridgewater, NJJuly 13, 2014
Pros: schedule flexibility, free food
My co-workers was always fun to work with it was never a dull moment. Work was always busy fast paced and up-beat no matter the sale. The best thing you can learn is how to deal and resolve customer issues. Management was always reliable and willing to help, over just great sports man ship.
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Good starting job.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Conroe, TXJuly 12, 2014
Pros: very good discounts
Cons: management, unclean customers.
Usual work day is only 4 hours long. I have learned how to assist customers, work a fitting room, ship from store to customers, register, handle dissatisfied employees, and over all how to work in retail. Management, at times, are not on the same page with each other which leads to confusion for workers and hurts moral and overall efficiency. The hardest – more... part of the job is returning product to its original place after a customer has tried it on or other employee chose to put it in the wrong place. The most enjoyable part of the job is when a customer is patient and understanding to a situation or generally polite when they have nothing to gain from doing so. – less

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About Old Navy

Old Navy commands a fleet of more than 1,025 family clothing stores throughout the US and Canada, offering items under its own – Read more