Customer Service Manager & Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 December 2017
Great work environment. Great employees and the other managers are very positive and helpful. Every day is different depending on what section of managment you are in and what is going on that day. Overall, i would give the Gap an 8/10
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – heartland – 14 July 2017
Go onto work, wait at the back, clock in, go on sales floor, clean the store, the schedule they send you isnt what you will be doing mostly. breaks are not always given on time. Come back from break, work till you leave, not alot of socializing allowed.
Free bfast and lunch during long days with big sales events
Merchandise Assistant (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 10 July 2017
Working environment is very stress full, very weird when you stuck with the same duty all day, no rotations between departments during the shift, preference only goes to Punjabi ladies employees for light weight work and easy job.
Sale Associate (Former Employee) – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – 29 June 2017
Very play by the book, everything merchandising related needed to be perfect, which is difficult when you're unable to receive product needed. Management had a lot of stress on them, which they of course put onto the employees, regional management was made up to be scary and unfriendly. Work place was sometimes hectic but was a good atmosphere most of the time. Budgets were given to 'spoil' employees, but only when sales goals are achieved.
Fun work environment, works well for students or part time employees
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 June 2017
Loved working at GAP! Great employees and management staff who share a culture of fashion and customer service. The role of sales associate involves learning the product and being able to connect with the clients who walk in the door every day. Great for someone looking for part time work, and who has a lot of energy and personality to join an energetic and vibrant company. They are very accommodating for students, and flexible hours (ex. night shifts vs day shifts)
ASSOCIATE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 June 2017
Always enjoyable to work and amazing support from upper field management. There is always a good balance of work life balances. They also care deeply for their part time staff and make it as enjoyable as possible.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 17 June 2017
I started out mainly doing part time work where I would clean and organize clothes and their arrangements on the show floor. But in 2016, I got very few of those shifts. I could mainly get 5 am shipment shifts, which were very difficult due to the timing.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 8 June 2017
Simple job, and gives you great experience. With that being said they told me i was part time and that i should not worry about not having a job so that i would accept the job offer and then randomly told me that they had told me initially i was a seasonal employee through email 5 months into having the job. I believe because they hired way too many people and needed an excuse to let employees go. Poor management on their part and very unprofessional.
short and unpredictable hours, always expect you to take someone's shift at short notice