Health insurance, paid sicks days and lots of holiday days. The worst - understaffed stores and high staff turnover
don't get paid for sick leave, so most people came into work sick, sneezing, coughing, even vomiting everywhere and having to stay at work because the company couldn't care less.
Free coffee, a lot of opportunities to improve as a barista, regular courses for development. However, there is a lot of hierarchy and people who had higher positions were rude usually. Also, since I studied at university, I could not be as flexible as others - would not recommend working there in this case.
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
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.