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"4"

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  • Senior Management
Current Employee - Logistics Manager in North Metro, GA
Current Employee - Logistics Manager in North Metro, GA
Recommends
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Fun environment
Fast Pace never dull
Structure outlined

Cons

Constant restruction to store management
skelton crew for stores

Advice to Management

Stop fixing what isn't broken

Other Employee Reviews for Old Navy

  1. "Old Navy, A Place to Work if Desperate"

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Oklahoma City, OK
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Oklahoma City, OK
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    They started me out 8 dollars an hour, which is a quarter more than the minimum wage here in Oklahoma.
    Other sales associates were nice and general manager was good.
    Operations manager was ok. They hired a another operations manager. He didn't like giving people their 15 minute breaks, and would often act like a prick. Plain and simple.

    They also hired a trainee manager who didn't have a high school diploma and acted horrible to people, but I talked to the general manager and she talked to the trainee about her attitude, so things did improve there.

    They would require me to do things outside of the job description a lot, not really complaining, just saying when they hire you, should tell you that you are basically going to be doing everything, not just a certain amount of stuff.

    Overall, corporate sees their employees as "I don't care about you, there is somebody else out there who can do your job". Which is why Old Navy has a high turnover rate.

    And what's the deal with trying to make people get a Old Navy Credit card in a shitty economy?
    As I was leaving, they were requiring that you have to have at least 3 ONC's before your shift was up or you'd be written up.

    Cons

    -They should take more value in their employees and their talents.

    -Need to better screen people for management positions.

    -Stop with the Old Navy Credit Cards

    -Advancement only happens if you are friends with management, doesn't matter how hard you work.

    Advice to Management

    Get rid of ONC's, treat associates better, and make the hiring process harder for management.


  2. "cash handler"

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    Current Employee - Cash Handler in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Cash Handler in Chicago, IL
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Looks better on resume, don't have to recover store as often.

    Cons

    NO PAY RAISE! Harder to switch shifts, sometimes have to stay longer until funds come up right.

    Advice to Management

    Pay more fairly. pay is little to nothing for anyone but management. shipment gets nothing, sales floor gets nothing, and slightly higher position gets barely anything. less than a dollar raise??? c'mon old navy! according to forbes, Tom Wyatt gets around 3 million a year!

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