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Gap Inc. Flexible Work Arrangements Guidelines

Welcome to Gap Inc.'s Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA) Guidelines for employees in North America (effective February 2006). 

Remember, no one tool - whether better time management or the latest technology - can automatically make your life feel more in balance.  That’s why it’s so important to have a variety of options for thinking differently about balance, including FWAs.

While not for everyone, FWAs may allow you to work a reduced workweek schedule, share a job with someone else, telecommute, or start the day earlier or later to provide added flexibility to meet life’s demands.

These guidelines are designed to be a complete resource for managers and employees.

If this is your first time viewing the guidelines, we recommend you start with Approach, then go to FWA Principles and Process.  If you get lost, use your back button or check our Site Map.

Below is a summary of what's covered within these guidelines.
 
•  Approach:  FWA eligibility

•  FWA Principles:  Eight assumptions that underlie all flexibility at Gap Inc.

•  Process:  Self-diagnostic tests and application process

•  Options Guidelines:  Detailed guidance on each of our four FWAs

•  Comp and Benefits Grid:  Chart with effect of each FWA on pay and benefits

•  FAQs:  Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about each option

   To "FAST TRACK" through the critical parts of these guidelines, follow the asterisk on the navigation bar.  This should take about 10 - 15 minutes.
 


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