Old Navy

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Old Navy

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC

I worked at Old Navy part-time (more than an year)

Pros

Great work atmosphere, great people

Cons

Not really anything negative. Good to work on the side.

Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

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    It's a great place to work if you want just over minimum wage and to be treated like a toddler.

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    Current Employee - Seasonal Sellebrity in Sevierville, TN
    Current Employee - Seasonal Sellebrity in Sevierville, TN

    I have been working at Old Navy part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    It's a job. You can blend in to the crowd, because to them you're just a faceless bonus boost to management.

    Cons

    Low pay, they expect you to eat, sleep, and breathe the brand, no benefits, no PTO, no holiday pay, incompetence of management, working really hard to give management bonuses while I receive nothing, they don't care about employees or their time, home life, or well being; They treat you like a toddler and as though you never could have had a life or job before them. They treat you like you can absolutely bring nothing to the table. Oh yea, register area is completely cramped (one square foot of space per person to stand in and the same counter space), and you're not considered competent enough to handle more than ones and fives at the register. No room for advancement. Also, from a consumer standpoint, their clothes are certainly not as "affordable" as they seem to think. You can get the same type of stuff pretty much anywhere else, but not ugly, while spending less money.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire a set amount of employees to cover specific shifts. If you're open 9-9 for example, hire day shift employees (8-5) and night shift employees (2-10). That way there is overlap of extra employees during the busiest time and everyone gets full time, while needing less employees. Realize that your adult employees have held other jobs and have experience to bring to the table. Also realize that most people are competent enough to handle larger amounts of money and not need someone glaring over their shoulder every five seconds. Oh yea, and their clothes are freaking ugly. I would never wear anything that they are currently promoting, yet I'm supposed to show my "love" for the brand at all times.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
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    Fast paced customer service oriented environment

    Former Employee - Customer Experience Associate in Factoria, WA
    Former Employee - Customer Experience Associate in Factoria, WA

    I worked at Old Navy part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Got along well with the team, managers knew the strengths/weaknesses of employees and assigned tasks accordingly

    Cons

    Very fast paced, store can get very messy very fast due to high volume of customers, hard to get a lot of working hours per week due to high number of employees

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