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It really depends on the store you work for and the manager you have. At my first store I had a pretty understanding and attentive manager, but at my second I had a manager that did the bare minimum and wasn’t really present. The benefits are good, but the pay should be better for what you have to put up with, especially for the supervisors. There is an okay work/life balance, but that kind of fades away during the holidays when people start calling out a lot. It can be a fun environment when everyone isn’t stressed to the max.
Free food and coffee, good benefits, free stock, college achievement program
Non-existent breaks, understaffed, underpaid, under appreciated
Love working here but as a shift who wants to promote I feel like they oversee the night shifts and take us serious. Example: I’m a mom who has been a shift for two years and was to promote but they instead gave it to a barista who became a shift in two months going onto be a ASM because he has his masters over my associates
Discounts and benefits
Managers and scheduling out of your availability
I worked in the Hudson valley region. I think this is a great company to work for. There are various opportunities to grow and develop yourself as a leader. The job advancement is easy seeing as it is a big company. The company also has a great work-life balance. Especially for students who are in high school or college.
you have to work every weekend
Compensation is awful, you are treated as a cog in a machine, they refuse to properly staff their stores, and when confronted by health inspections, they try to sweep it all under the rug.
Insurance is decent
Pay is awful, management is toxic and meant to protect friends, not meant to find work
I started when I was 16 and continued through college. The Store Manager who put together the schedule was always flexible with my availability. While attending school I was able to promote and take on a management role. This was great for pay and learning.
Condescending management who plays favourites with people who cosy up with them and devote their work/life balance to one side. Occasionally nice colleagues but others can be snide and backstabby for aforementioned reasons. Don't expect to get the time off you want and guilted for sick days and arm-twisted into favors. Everything that doesn't work in the company's favor will have management guilt or pressure you to do otherwise.You get the occasional customers that will make your day. If you have the right colleagues the days go by much better, but don't expect that here. While learning a new skill is great (making coffee), the company standards for consistent beverages will grate on you if you prefer to free-style your craft. This is a company that loathes creativity and expects consistency by the book.If you're looking to try your hand at barista work, try elsewhere, or better yet - A smaller franchise that respects you as a individual.
Free drink (will be guilted for it), Active, Varied customers
Inflexible shifts, lots of cleaning and hygiene checks
Starbucks is generally a great company to work for if you don’t care about being consistently understaffed. Also, they pay every one pretty much the same. In a way, it’s a good thing, but it’s also kind of sucks for those who has been there for years and is now making the same as someone who started two weeks ago.
Free Spotify premium, free drinks & food on the clock
Short breaks, not enough hours, under staffed usually
This company is awful you will continually bust your back only to be told you’re not doing enough, I never called out sick in two years and part of that was COVID mind you, I have bent over backwards covering others mental health and “COVID” shifts you’ll never work for someone who cares about you they only care about themselves. Do not work for Starbucks!
Spotify premium, free drinks at work and one free food, one free bag of coffee a wee
Will rarely get breaks or lunches always short staffed, the money is awful, and the company protects bad employees because the don’t want effect their termination rate
Super great benefits! They offer school reimbursement for ASU they have medical and dental options for part time employment. Really excellent about work life balance. However, it is an environment that can turn toxic really fast. Lots of turnover. Company cares more about satisfying the customer, even when they are verbally abusive and sometimes scary situations occur. They also frequently understaff on purpose. If you are good with high stress situations, you'll be okay.
Free drinks, free food, college tuition for undergrad, part time benefits
Toxic environment, customer abuse, understaffing, favoritism
I really enjoyed working for Starbucks, it was a great in between job while you’re going to school. The partners were great to work with. Loved the benefits and free drinks. I learned a lot about coffee and what Starbucks represented.
Free drinks during shift, free pound of coffee per week, flexible work schedule, room for growth, stocks after 1 year, health insurance