28 days paid leave (on a 16 hr a week contract part time,) Shares in the company, free beverages, coffee markout each week, pension schemes, free English and and maths training.
Bean stock that you get every year gets heavily taxed.
Working for a franchise I had only 1 free drink and a 30% discount on food, whereas equity partners get unlimited drinks and 59% off of food.
Best thing, discounts and a free bag of tea or coffee every week.
best thing is that you can take an store sale item for free weekly and you can receive 1-2 free drinks on the day of your shift, it depends on your working hour and number of breaks you have during your shift. and 40% off on food you purchase, 30% off on drink you purchase Worst however is the food can't be offered free during break, sometimes you would prefer food rather than a drink.
company perks, free coffee, free food, alright deli section and the package is a complete waste of time stop making me right so many words
it was all about the coffee for me just watching it was my passion and life starbucks get a 7/10 for there coffee
Starbucks are great for their benefits, you are called and treated as a partner because you get shares in the company. The higher your contract and length of service - the more you shares are worth. They also are generous with their holiday allowance and give free beverages on shift and a 50% discount on shift and 30% on days off. The bonus scheme for managers has been generous in the past but is now difficult to achieve.
That there were none in the first place
Free drinks and quarterly bonuses.