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  • Gap Inc. remains committed to working with our suppliers to transition from cash payments to digital wages by 2020, and we’re proud to be members of the Better Than Cash Alliance. This week at the #DigitalWagesSummit the Alliance called on other companies in the industry to digitize payments for garment workers in Bangladesh. Using digital payments to compensate workers around the world improves the efficiency of factories, but more importantly, it empowers thousands of women, giving them greater control of their money offering them a safer more transparent way to receive their payment and bringing them into the formal banking system.

  • Our employee-led diversity and inclusion council, also known as the Color Proud council, lives and breathes our company values. Check out Glossy's piece on how Color Proud works to ensure our brands integrate inclusivity into everything we do, featuring Bahja Johnson, Banana Republic's director of global merchandising.

  • We kicked off #NYFW with Harlem's Fashion Row for their show celebrating the work of designers of color. We hosted an exclusive breakfast with designers in the spirit of building dialogue and enhancing access to fashion careers and

  • Gap comes together with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for their The Jeans Redesign Project, created to transform the way we produce denim, tackle waste, pollution and the use of harmful practices. Get the scoop here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM4YQ

  • Gap Inc. is a place where people from all kinds of industries can come and make it their own. We talked to some former consultants who now work across our brands about why they shifted gears to come work with us. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQq3f

    A Popular Home for Ex-Consultants: Gap Inc.

    by Annie Carone At Gap Inc., we attract all kinds of creative types to make and produce clothing for our brands, but it's a small army of former consultants who fill some of our most critical business functions. The transition to Gap Inc.

  • There are tons of exciting opportunities at Gap Inc., across our brands and across the globe! We’re looking for people who'll help make our next decade just as revolutionary as our first five. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqcY

  • For Crystal Cook, General Manager at Athleta's Fillmore store here in San Francisco, her career with Gap Inc. has been all about stretching - mind, body, and soul. Hear her advice on 5 ways to stretch, and take your career to new heights. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQx3G

    Athleta's Crystal Cook Shares Five Ways to Stretch (Your Body, Your Brain, and Your Career) | Gap Inc.

    by Carlee Gomes Stretching your body is crucial to staying flexible and healthy... and stretching your brain and heart to take on new challenges is the key to creating a fulfilling career. Crystal Cook, General Manager of the Fillmore Street Athleta store in San Francisco, is about to celebrate 15 years of stretching her way to new opportunities with Gap Inc.

  • Want to be confident and comfortable at your next interview? Get tips from our recruiters on how to dress for success and bring your best self to the table. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQx4f

    Six Tips for Dressing for Your Interview

    by Kirsten Berg Trying to figure out what to wear to an interview can be stressful. To take some of the pressure off you, we asked our recruiters to dish on their style tips to help you show up as your best self for your Gap Inc. interview.

  • Athleta CMO, Andrea Mallard, recently discussed the myth of work-life balance with Well+Good. Get her tips for staying focused and creating a healthy culture on and off the job. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxvE

    Athleta CMO Gets Real About the Myth of "Work-Life Balance"

    by Gap Inc. Blogs Athleta Chief Marketing Officer Andréa Mallard's enthusiasm for new experiences in every area of her life means that even before she joined Athleta in 2017, she was living its mission of empowering herself and other women to realize their limitless potential.

  • Blair Eadie got her start in fashion as an Old Navy merchandiser. Find out how she became one of today's top fashion bloggers and hear her advice for following your career dreams. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQkbU

    Old Navy Alum Now Top Fashion Blogger

    by Giuliana Carranza The classic stylings of one of the original fashion bloggers, Blair Eadie, embrace maximalism (think bright colors, bold patterns, and lots of accessories), an incredible color palette, and a bold lip at all times.

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