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16 days ago

Product Manager II, Omni-channel Inventory Operations

The Gap San Francisco, CA

What is the Growth, Innovation & Digital division of Gap Inc. (GID)? The GID division of Gap Inc. is responsible for driving new strategies… The Gap


18 days ago

Senior Manager, Sustainable Innovation

Corporate San Francisco, CA

• Identify areas of opportunity for further exploration and possible testing of concepts. • Influence and constructively engage internal business… Corporate


10 days ago

Manager Store Design – Creative Services

The Gap San Francisco, CA

to include: • Ability to have a global point of view on store design implementation • Management of design development for high profile cross… The Gap


18 days ago

Manager, Headquarters Talent Development, Gap Brand

The Gap San Francisco, CA

Global / Local Learning StrategyExecution and Delivery (70> of time) • Partnerwith the global talent development leader to identify and execute… The Gap


14 days ago

Sr. Buying Manager, U.S. Gap Online, Women's Wovens/ACC

The Gap San Francisco, CA

• Leads the development of seasonal business strategies that meet or exceed financial goals and customer expectations. Performs and/or directs daily… The Gap


2 days ago

Senior Technical Designer, Women's, Active/Bod/Swim, Gap Factory – new

The Gap San Francisco, CA

• Owns executing design and fit intent into bulk production while maintaining corporate standards. • Collaborate with business partners on design… The Gap


18 days ago

Digital Marketing Art Director

The Gap San Francisco, CA

If you’re passionate about the ever-changing digital marketing space and content creativity, Gap Inc.’s Global Corporate Affairs team has much to… The Gap


18 days ago

Senior Retention Manager, Gap Brand Customer Engagement Marketing (CEM)

The Gap San Francisco, CA

Retention Marketing • Owns annual marketing strategies and plan to driveretention, loyalty and charge volume among Gap credit cardholders. Plan… The Gap


18 days ago

Senior Inventory Planner, Women's - Old Navy China

Corporate San Francisco, CA

When you work at Old Navy, you’re choosing a different path(and a pretty awesome one at that). We believe that style andquality should be accessible… Corporate


11 days ago

Sr. HR Ops Analyst

The Gap San Francisco, CA

• Develop and provide HR reporting and analytic support through: o Global, Field, HQ, and International Dashboards o People Path To Max Reports… The Gap


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    Pros

    You get a great discount on the clothes, and the other sales associates were very nice and friendly.

    Cons

    Total disorganization and chaos! This is possibly the worst job I've ever had, and I've been in corporate all of my life, in manager/supervisor/director positions. I took a "holiday sales staff" job to earn some money while I am job searching, so I was clearly over-qualified for the job, but thought it would at least be fun to be able to socialize with customers and assist them with shopping. Instead, I have never witnesses a more poorly executed hiring and training process in my life. It was a textbook case of "what not to do when hiring for retail."

    Other than watching a 2-hour "training" video, I received no training -- not even on the cash register. The manager never entered me into the work email system, so I kept missing emails telling me to come into work. The only person who ever complimented my work and noticed that I was selling a lot of kids' clothes was another sales associate. But the Gap doesn't pay commission, and the only sales goals I could report was on how many pairs of denim I sold. So everything else didn't count. The store manager was too busy to care, and he stopped staffing me, so I quit. My direct deposit never kicked in, and the store manager never called me to say that he had my paycheck at the store. I had to hunt it down, and it took weeks for me to receive my final paycheck.

    Advice to Management

    Train your store managers in how to support and cultivate their employees. Store managers represent the Gap brand. Employees represent the Gap brand. Don't ever give any employee a reason to not LOVE the Gap brand! It is the store manager's job (and assistant store managers) to make sure new employees have the tools and training they need to succeed in their job. If the employees don't succeed, the manager does not succeed, either. And be willing to pay to have enough sales associates on the floor. It is impossible to keep the store tidy during "rush hours." After working the Kids' section just a few times, I figured out that the "rush hour" for the Kid's department was between 2pm - 5pm, when moms pick their kids up from school and run errands, e.g. go to The Gap for new clothes. So if I could figure that out after just a few times working there, the managers should have figured it out and added more staff to the Kids' section in the afternoons. This is not rocket science! But, they didn't have the budget for it. So, OK, the store will look like a mess, then.

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