Old Navy FAQ

Have questions about working at Old Navy? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Old Navy.

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65 English questions out of 65

14 June 2021

Does Old Navy offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great benefits and generous paid time off.

Cons

Profits over people. Do not be fooled by people-first initiatives and benefits package. Despite solid sales growth, they choose to demote and eliminate leadership positions across the nation. Severely understaffed in many locations for both managers and associates, but refuse to negotiate their mediocre pay rates, because "while other brands may pay better, Old Navy's culture is better" Beyond micromanaging - Endless communications and last minute deadlines. Photos and surveys due constantly to verify you've completed a task. Constantly adding hours and hours of conference calls and micromanaging touch bases throughout the week, and not understanding why you can't effectively run your store. As a GM, you do not decide the pay increases for the individuals on your team. You still write their performance reviews, and someone who doesn't even read it will decide your teams annual raises. Under performers often receive higher increases than top performers. Upper leadership will take advantage of your desire to grow and develop by offering you endless stretch assignments and "expert" roles. The majority of these lead to nowhere, and only offer to take workload off of their plates while piling it onto yours. Customers are abusive. Generous PTO, but good luck actually using it. This job will destroy your mental health and get you nowhere.

Advice to Management

This is not an office job so stop adding to the office workload. Make people first decisions because it's the right thing, not because Target or Walmart or someone else did it first. Stop wasting company resources on pointless travel and redundant conference calls while so many locations are busy and understaffed.

first initiatives and benefits package.

14 June 2021

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13 October 2020

Does Old Navy offer massages?

Pros

Friends, cool customers once in a while

Cons

Depends who you work with

Friends, cool customers once in a while

13 October 2020

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20 September 2020

Does Old Navy offer dental insurance?

Pros

Great health insurance and dental

Cons

typical hierarchical corporate environment with no liberation to express oneself.

Great health insurance and dental

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25 February 2019

Does Old Navy offer parental leave?

Pros

It’s a friendly store, it has a wide variety of styles for the whole family, kids, men’s, women, and maternity.

Cons

It has many employes so we don’t have many shifts as we should and sometimes is a little bit bad or not organized the clearance area.

It’s a friendly store, it has a wide variety of styles for the whole family, kids, men’s, women, and maternity.

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24 March 2021

Does Old Navy offer employee discounts?

Pros

Everyone is very open-minded, 50% employee discount, easy job, good employee resources, particularly for full-time.

Cons

Boring, company cares more about PR/money than health and safety of employees and customers (won’t strictly enforce masks for customers during COVID), low wages, takes a long time to move up, rude customers, rarely hires full-time.

minded, 50% employee discount, easy job, good employee resources, particularly for full

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