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Seasonal Sales Associate - Gap - Eden Prairie Mall – new

Gap Inc. Eden Prairie, MN

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    Do you like sipping corporate Kool-Aid, and getting reprimanded? Work at Gap, then.

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    Former Employee - Clerk  in  Roseville, MN
    Former Employee - Clerk in Roseville, MN

    I worked at The Gap part-time for less than a year


    The only "pro" would be that you get half off full-priced merchandise. However, if I was someone who didn't work there, it's actually cheaper to wait for the items to go on clearance, and use an additional percentage off.


    -It's very training-intensive, however, I was not scheduled until three weeks after I completed my "training." When asked why I didn't know where certain things went on the floor, I was reprimanded, even though it was my first "real," shift.
    -I voiced that I did not want to work the cash-wrap, and I would much prefer to stock/unstock, because I am physically able to do so. I was repeatedly put on cash-wrap, regardless.
    -I was reprimanded for not folding the jeans correctly, even though in the training, I was never showed how to properly fold anything at all.
    -They have a very, very high turnover rate.
    -The pay sucks. 25 cents over minimum wage, no.
    -The GapCard. That's all.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actually train the individuals who are going to be representing your company. Maybe the turnover rate wouldn't be so high.

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