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Gap Overview

San Francisco, CA
10000+ employees
Gap Inc.
1969
Company - Public
Department, Clothing, & Shoe Stores
$10+ billion (USD) per year
In 1969, Don and Doris Fisher opened the first Gap store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. They wanted to make it easier to find a great pair of jeans, and they did. Their denim and records store was a hit, and today we’re the world’s most iconic American ... Read more

Mission: If you're full of ideas, if you want to work with phenomenal people, and if you think we should leave the world better than we found it, we'd love to meet you.


Glassdoor Awards

Top CEOs: 2014 (#30), 2013 (#39)

Best Places to Interview: 2016 (#25)

Company Updates

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  • Last year, Gap Inc. employees volunteered nearly 450,000 hours to help make their communities better places to live and work. See how Sara Weldon, Inventory Planner at Gap is helping feed those in need in NYC. #GlobalVolunteerMonth http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6hH

    Be What's Possible: How Sara Is Helping Feed Those in Need

    Last year, Gap Inc. employees around the globe volunteered nearly 450,000 hours to help make their communities better places to live and work. In celebration of Global Volunteer Month, we're spotlighting a few of the people whose volunteer hours helped us rack up that amazing total - like S

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Gap – Why Work For Us?


We’ve taken iconic American style from the streets of San Francisco around the world. Where will we go next? That’s up to you.


In 1969, Don and Doris Fisher opened the first Gap store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. They wanted to make it easier to find a great pair of jeans, and they did. Their denim and records store was a hit, and today we’re the world’s most iconic American brand.

We’re represented in more than 1400 stores in over 40 countries, and online. Our unique aesthetic is optimistic cool, elevated American style. We believe in staying true to our heritage while creating what’s next.

Don and Doris Fisher always wanted to “do more than sell clothes,” and today we’re leaders in employee volunteering and social impact.

Raise Every Voice: P.A.C.E.

By 2020, one million women will gain the skills and confidence to change the course of their lives through the Gap Inc. P.A.C.E. program.

Every year, we dedicate a portion of our profits to fund P.A.C.E (Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement), our decade-strong education program that gives women who make our clothes the tools, knowledge and confidence to raise their voices. 

Kaleidoscope meet zoetrope. Get into colorful new Gap denim and khakis. #MeetMeInTheGap

At Gap a Sense of Belonging is Always in Style. 

Our five Business Resource Groups (BRGs), created by and for employees, help drive our diversity and inclusion strategies to make sure that we:

  • Build a work force that reflects our customer base and the communities where we do business
  • Develop a company culture and network that embraces differences and individuality

BRG members come from different brands, levels, and capacities to create a space of learning and inclusion for all. These groups provide a platform for employees to share ideas, accelerate careers, and help contribute to our company growth. Our BRGs create opportunities to meet colleagues and mentors from all areas within Gap Inc. 

Our Business Resource Groups include: AANG (African American Networking Group), ASIA (Asians Supporting Inclusion and Awareness), GEAR (Gay Employees and Resources), HOLA (Honoring our Latino Ancestry), and WIL (Women in Leadership). 

Equal Opportunity Employer
We're an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, pregnancy, national origin/ancestry, citizenship, physical/mental disabilities, military status or any other basis prohibited by law. Every employee is responsible for helping prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

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    A place with great co-workers and environment.

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    Managing unique customer attitudes and behavior.

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Gap Interviews

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Gap.

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    Interview process was very smooth. I felt very comfortable interviewing. The interview felt like a simple conversation. The person that interviewed me didn't ask me any trick questions. She was also very accepting to answering my questions as well.

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Gap Awards & Accolades

  • Equality in the Workplace, Catalyst, 2016
  • Best Places to Work, Human Rights Campaign, 2016
  • Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign, 2012
  • Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign, 2010
  • Top 500 Green Companies, Newsweek, 2009
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