Forget what you know about old-school industry rules. When you work at Old Navy, you’re choosing a different path. From day one, we’ve been on a mission to democratize fashion and make shopping fun again. To bring incredible style and quality to families the world over. It’s a bold idea. If you’re into that, we want to know more about you.
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They don't make 'em like they used to .... and don't you forget it.
From day one, Old Navy was a revolution. We were something the world had never seen - fabulous, affordable fashion. We didn't take ourselves too seriously, and we broke the industry's rules. We said fashion didn't have to be just for rich people - it could be for everyone. We opened our first store in 1994 and we've been on a roll ever since. We were the fastest retailer to reach $1 billion in sales within four years and today we're one of the largest apparel brands in the world, operating more than 1000 stores across the US, Canada, Puerto Rico & Japan.
I worked at Old Navy part-time (Less than a year)
I started out as a Seasonal worker and then they kept me for a regular part-time worker. I got along with all of the Managers well since most of the people who were working here were students at the time and I would always open with the managers. They gave me a lot of hours because I was a good worker and had a lot of availability so that was probably why I got along with them well. It's a good starting job and good place for part-time!
Not really any opportunities for overtime. The only time was one day after the black friday sales.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Old Navy (Wilmington, NC) in May 2014.
Pretty laid back. I had a phone interview first before a sit down interview at the store. We all had to bring in something to describe ourselves. Also we were asked why we were interested in working with the company and what our future plans were