- flexible schedule, - private healthy plan, - bonuses - employe discunt
it is flexible you get paid for sick days but basic pay, its a casual work place, 50% off coffees and tea free americano
Company perks, holiday paid by number of hours, flexible work, great team, one free bag of coffee or tea per week, free coffee or tea, 50% off food items
They have a paid-holiday. And employee can get a pack of coffee bean per week.
Holidays discount free drinks friendly customers good managment team
Free Starbucks-made beverages before, after and in the breaks between shifts, as well as the option to take home a free bag of coffee beans, instant coffee, or tin of tea every week. Share options and enrolment into the pension scheme after one year working at the company. Fifty percent discount on food while on shift, and thirty percent discount on food and drink at any Starbucks when not working (excludes franchise stores such as in motorway service stations). Holiday is 28 days per year, adjusted for your working hours and accrued throughout the year. Shifts can be flexible but this is dependent upon the manager and employees are required to be able to work shifts at other stores in the district - often this is not problematic but may be if transport is an issue. These benefits are great-day-to-day but not much when compared to jobs in the city such as free gym membership etc.
As a part-time employee the benefits are fairly small, so I am not an adequate judge of the overall benefits package.
You get given company shares which is great as it encourages you to work harder.
Company perks, discounts, good annual leave.
best benefits = there are lots of it. Free coffee, coffee bean shares from US, 50% off for all food and 30% for merchandise.