Old Navy Careers and Employment
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We opened our first store in 1994 in San Francisco and have been on a roll ever since. Today, customers can find fabulous fashion at affordable prices online and in one of our 1,000+ stores globally. Old Navy celebrates a workplace that’s just as diverse as our customers. Fun, fashion, family and value are at the heart of everything we do. We cultivate a community of playful personalities that thrive in a fast-paced environment where our employees can be their most authentic selves. Here, we’re family.
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Depending on who I was working with, this could be a positive place to work. They place much emphasis on their income and some value on their employees. I learned a lot about working with people, was able to use my spanish, and I was given some responsibility.
Management was eh. There are multiple managers, changing which one is in charge everyday. When you get there they make you seek out a manager to figure out what to do. And when they dont specifically tell you what to do you do something else and then they get mad if you dont do what they want.
Management is not helpful and doesn’t care about your personal life. High expectations that are impossible to meet. Certain management rude to you and other coworkers. Push you to get customers to sign up for credit cards. They employ people even though the staff that’s there doesn’t have enough hours I am supposed to have 40 hours a week and get 40 every two weeks.
It was ab okay job, I learned how to work the cashier. Coworkers were nice. Management was okay, worst part was pay. I worked seasonal during the winter. Best part were coworkers.
Was part time seasonal, management was okay, coworkers were nice to work with. It’s an okay first job. Recommend as a first time job. I think the worst part was the pay.
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