In 1969, Don and Doris Fisher opened the first Gap store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. They wanted to make it easier to find a great pair of jeans, and they did. Their denim and records store was a hit, and today we’re the world’s most iconic American brand.
We’re represented in more than 1400 stores in over 40 countries, and online. Our unique – more...aesthetic is optimistic cool, elevated American style. We believe in staying true to our heritage while creating what’s next.
Don and Doris Fisher always wanted to “do more than sell clothes,” and today we’re leaders in employee volunteering and social impact. If you’re full of ideas, if you want to work with phenomenal people, and if you think we should leave the world better than we found it, we’d love to meet you! – less
Written by Sales Associate (Former Employee) from Cork on 7 September 2019
I wish the holidays were a bit longer, and security seems sketchy but all in all its a fantastic place to work in. It pays well and there are breaks. The staff are always really nice and happy to help others within the team.
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of employees approve of Art Peck’s performance as CEO
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nice to work for.
Written by Sales Assistant (Former Employee) from Blanchardstown, County Dublin on 29 August 2019
GAP was nice to work for. however there was no oppertunities for progression or even discussions of a possiblity down the line.
Management keep a very hands off approach with little to no motivation for the staff.
It was by no means bad or negative to work for GAP, they just didnt offer much beyond the position you where hired for and so this - more...