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30+ days ago

Sales Associate - Gap - International Plaza

The Gap Tampa, FL

intends to describe the general nature and level of work people assigned to this job perform. It is not intended to include all duties and… The Gap


30+ days ago

Associé aux ventes - Gap -

The Gap Tampa, FL

• Contribuent à un environnement de travail positif en traitant avec respect tous les clients et employés de la marque Gap. • Font preuve d'un… The Gap


30+ days ago

Sales Associate - Gap - Countryside Mall

The Gap Clearwater, FL

intends to describe the general nature and level of work people assigned to this job perform. It is not intended to include all duties and… The Gap


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    Current Employee - Sales Associate in Tampa, FL
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    I have been working at Gap part-time (Less than a year)

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    Pros

    Management and other employees are generally pretty helpful and warm to talk to. I've made some nice friends while working here. The pay is above minimum wage which is nice, and the discounts are superb. I've heard some major retail horror stories from friends I have at other jobs, and luckily the management at my job has been very approachable and encouraging for the most part. Working at the Gap has definitely provided me with a great taste of retail and allowed me to experience enough positions in store to understand what I enjoy about retail and what I dislike.

    Cons

    You have goals on the Gap card and pretty much have to shove it on customers constantly, which is annoying for them (especially if they are regular shoppers who know the benefits and don't want it) and it is annoying for the employee. If you don't get your minimum Gap cards enough weeks in a row it is "suggested" that you get some special training of some sort, which seems tedious for a job that pays slightly above minimum wage. Staffing can also be an issue as well. You'll either be working the floor alone and running around multi-tasking like crazy (doing go-backs, maintaining or closing down sections of the store, greeting customers, checking out customers and so on), or you'll be super slow and over-staffed and not have much to do. It isn't the worst thing and you get used to it, it would just be nice if it were more consistent.

    Advice to Management

    Don't make the Gap card a seem like a "sell-it-or-else" kind of situation. You offer a rewards system for stores or sales associates who sell it well, so make it where the employee earns things through selling it which will make them want to sell it rather than making it a requirement of sorts where you are subject to remedial training sessions if you are performing poorly. Also, maybe schedule things a little differently?


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