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What Employees Say
I have been working at Gap part-time for more than a year
Flexibility of work: You get your schedule 2 weeks prior, which is flexible. They use a shift app where you can give, take and swap shift easily if something important comes up. If you have plans... better book day off ASAP before you get scheduled. Managers regularly post extra shift if they need support which can be picked up if you are in need for more money. If you are not comfortable with any job, managers are very approachable, you can mention that and you will not be assigned to do that job. Growth: The more open minded you are to each and every task the better. If the management notice you have interest in something they will train you further to do it. There are so many things to do apart from just being a brand associate and cashier. Culture: This is truly is equal opportunity workplace. It truly depends on your performance and attitude. Friendly co-workers and managers.
Being a cashier you have to collect customers email. Although its not that bad, your job is just to ask; if the customers say no you can move on. The training period is really short. After 2 days... you are just thrown on the floor. Its upto you to figure things out. Pro tip: Ask if you need help. People who work there are really nice