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You get lots of benefits, coffee and time off which is nice
It's a lot of tedious work and the hours can get quite long
It's easy enough to get an interview, baritsa experience always helps!
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Better pay than most barista jobsGreat benefits including health insurance and extra perks Family oriented atmosphereHours were flexible with schoolPretty good work-life balance
Very busy at times especially during the fall, winter and holidaysHave to deal with the difficulties that come from a customer service jobHours of operation can be hard to deal with, usually have to open at 5:30 am
They like outgoing, personable people who can deal with the difficulties that come with a customer service job
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Starbucks recently revised its pay scale for all hourly field partners. Rates are based on standard of living and will be reviewed annually for potential adjustments. All hourly employees' pay has been increased to the new minimum or by a small amount if partners were at or above the new minimum.
There are no more bi-annual performance reviews with a pay increase opportunity. Instead, hourly partners will meet with their store managers twice a year to create development plans to focus on their goals and to refocus on company priorities.
Starbucks is a company with a soul. Employees are valued, demonstrated by an array of benefits that are designed as an investment to retain talent. That being said, the store manager position is complex and demanding but rewarding if you put in the effort.