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Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc., United States on May 15th, 2020
"I only worked in retail so I can't speak to the corporate culture, but it was the typical retail experience. Management left a bit to be desired in communication but overall, it was a good way to pass the time and make a little extra money. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc., United States on Oct 29th, 2019
"Supportive people in a sales-oriented environment. Each store is different however the store I worked in was great. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc., United States on Jun 13th, 2019
"Sure, it’s basic customer service. Schedule changes a lot, but they are good with working around a schedule or school."
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Mar 18th, 2019
"Opportunity for advancement, good culture. But it's retail so pay is lower than for similar jobs outside retail."
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Aug 7th, 2018
"It's a wonderful place to work with many women in leadership roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Feb 6th, 2018
"If you want to progress, you need to be willing to be utterly devoted to the company, have no plans to have a family, have no family or care requirements, hobbies, or other professional interests."
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Nov 7th, 2017
"Family friendly company with good values. Great benefits. Amazing maternity leave. Women in leadership. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Aug 24th, 2017
"This employer supported diversity and was flexible with women who had families. "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Apr 14th, 2017
"Depending what Brand you work for you; flex time isn't always offered."
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Apr 11th, 2017
"It's great place for starting out as a first job or for college students! "
Anonymous shared this review of The Gap, Inc. on Jul 18th, 2016
"I love that there are a high level of women in leadership positions at Gap Inc, from the creative team to the financial team, Ill say it us a company where it is easy to find female mentors"
"I've worked here for 1 year and overall there are a lot of women that work here, even the senior leadership team is 70% made of women."
"Great maternity leave benefits, family is very important."
"I had a positive experience working at GAP for over a year. I worked in a flagship store on 5th Ave in NYC and the culture was very different from other stores. I didn't have problems with any co-workers and there was no strong gender roles between men and women. Even though most of the people I worked with were uneducated, the majority of them were intelligent and forward thinkers."
"There can be a great deal of work/life balance depending on which department you fall under. Maternity leave you can take a total of 20 weeks + any PTO time you have saved up. You have short term disability to partially pay for 8 of the weeks, otherwise it is generally unpaid."
"Be prepared for how slowly a large organization like The Gap runs. My professional history has been with relatively small organizations, so of course, things move along a little faster. Don't focus on the politics, just ensure your VP's have the support they need. My advice is to be openly communicative with everyone, but not overly communicative."
"Since day 1 I have not had any complaints, adults and kids are great."
"I have worked here for 5 years. Fairly treats men and women equally. Because of fashion emphasis, many women with children work here as the maternity leave is good, and the flex time is outstanding for someone with children. Art Peck, CEO, has also built a diverse leadership team with female brand presidents and division leaders."