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30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Global Marketing, Store Design, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

The candidate will be an experienced senior architect and project manager with proven experience in managing teams within a retail organization… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant General Manager, Merchandising Kids Gap Broadway & Maiden **NEW STORE*

Gap Inc. New York, NY

* /The Assistant General Manager is also responsible for the Areas of Accountability that fall under each… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Merchandiser, Global Merchandising, Mens, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

* Collaborates with Manager and Global Design team to agree on the seasons product direction, fabrications and key items. * Partners with manager… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

General Manager - Banana Republic 86th and third

Gap Inc. New York, NY

Drives Business Results * Drives productivity of team to achieve store financial, revenue and expense targets. * Monitors sales forecasts to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Manager/Manager, Brand Management, Kids/Baby, Global Marketing, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

The role requires a high degree of strategic agility matchedwith ability to lead across functions. Key marketing business partners includeinsights… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Manager Global Production - Banana Republic Mens Wovens

Gap Inc. New York, NY

** * * * 1 Financial Management * * Support divisional goals and work with team on execution of strategies * Partner with supervisor to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Designer, Global Design, Girls Woven Bottoms & Outerwear, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

* Ensures that product is consistent with market trends as well as business strategy… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Manager - Athleta - 216 Columbus Ave.

Gap Inc. New York, NY

The Assistant Manager is a brand consumer and brand advocate for Athleta Retail Stores. The role supports the Associate Manager & General Manager in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director, Global Inventory Management, Pre-Season Strategy, Mens, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

The Global Pre-Season Strategy Leader plays a vital role in thedevelopment of divisional strategy, working in direct partnership with the Head… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Associate Designer, Global Design, Girls Fleece, Gap Brand

Gap Inc. New York, NY

* General computer knowledge; ability to learn how to design through new/advanced technology (e.g… Beyond.com


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    Co-workers were great, but few opportunities for advancement

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in New York, NY

    I worked at The Gap part-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    - Flexible hours. With so many employees, you'll almost always find someone to cover a shift for you or trade with. Perfect for students.
    - Great co-workers. I mainly worked in the Body department, which I absolutely loved. My co-workers were one of the main reasons I stayed as long as I did.
    - Amazing discount across Gap Inc. brands.
    - Fun training sessions. I looked forward to Body department training sessions every year. They made learning about the product really interesting, and you get to know 'Body Girls' from other stores. Even in Women's when new seasons come in you get to spend some time playing dress up with the new items so you can talk about them knowledgeably.
    - Decent breaks. For a full 9-hour shift you get an hour for lunch and two 15 minute breaks.

    Cons

    - Retail hours are retail hours, and coming home at midnight or later (sometimes 2am during holiday) got to me. Depending on the manager you could either go home when your section was finished (a treat!) or you had to help other sections finish (a burden). It's a double edged sword, when you finish early it's 'every man for himself!' but when you're really behind you'd love it someone was nice enough to help you close.
    - Really limited opportunities for advancement. I knew people who worked there for 5, 10 years who were in the same position they started in. In my time there only one, maybe two co-workers were promoted to manager positions.
    - Measly annual raises of 25 cents or less are commonplace.
    - Not enough spreading the word about various perks and benefits. I didn't know until a year into working there that we got discounts/reduced rates at some local food places, on things like transportation and cell phone bills. Even benefits such as donation matching and getting help with adoption costs and stuff like that, I had no idea about until a few months before I left.
    - A lot of pressure to get customers to sign up for the store credit card. It has a crazy high interest rate, I wouldn't wish that card on my worst enemy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Bring back e-mail receipts! Going green is in your favor.
    - Greeting is a waste of employee skills, and most customers ignore you anyway and that takes a toll on a person's self esteem.
    - For the love of all that is good in the world, change the soundtrack! Even now, over a year later, when I go in to shop it's still the exact same music. And on that note, country Christmas music in New York City? No.

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