Health insurance, paid sicks days and lots of holiday days. The worst - understaffed stores and high staff turnover
The best thing about working at Starbucks is obviously during shifts you can have free coffee. Obviously depending on if it's a franchise you'd get 30% off or on duty. If it's not a franchise then 50%
Benefits awarded to employee of Starbucks is very good and substantial - gym membership or contribution to gym membership, 25 days annual leave with the ability to carry unused days over to following year, child-friendly benefits are available, private medical health care are to name a few.
- Free drink before, on break and after shift - 50% off food during shift - 30% off drinks/ food not on shift - discounts on cups - free bag of beans every week. - 'bean stock' shares in the company after working there for a year that is based on your contractual hours.
Holidays were given as required, flexible working hours, decent pay, generally a great place to work as a student/ first job.
Average amount of holiday given, good pay for a student/teenager, good shares in Starbucks, sick pay
i feel that they pay well for the benefits they provide, i worked as a part time for a couple of months
You get one free product every week
The company was supportive but there were not lots of benefits to working there. I worked on a 0 hour contract.
No benefits package was provided, apart from a pension plan for baristas.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.