Managers show favoritism. Especially to those who sell more ONCs/high email capture. They’d rather make them happy instead of teaching other employees who are struggling.
No you do not. Just wear things that are casual, like jeans and a t-shirt. Make sure it looks nice though and not "too comfortable". No bra straps are allowed to be shown, no see-through tops or bottoms. You also cannot wear spaghetti straps or open toed shoes UNLESS they have a back on them to keep them on your feet. Also, you cannot wear logos.
It is a simple environment, and the atmosphere at my work was really demanding and not fun at all. We barely talked to each other on the sales floor, and it was hard to plaster a smile on my face for hours of working by myself. Only at the cash rep were things fun and fast paced. Sometimes the managers swing by and say hello and ask how everything is doing, especially the leads.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Old Navy a better place to work?
I think I would still run it the way it’s being done now since there aren’t too many issues
It’s is fast-paced during our peak times of day, for example in the afternoon on Saturdays or mid morning. Then t gets very stressful because there will always be an online return that doesn’t process and it’s a nightmare when customers are frustrated and there’s a line out the door.
Low pay, and they will generally have you work incredibly short shifts. Also the whole ONC thing is trash. No one wants to be bothered with it while they are shopping. And the APR on the thing is so high, it basically cancels out the first time use discount. Helping customers with finding clothes and making a genuine connection with them comes second. The credit card is the company’s main priority.