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Starbucks Corporation Reviews

What is it like working at Starbucks Corporation?

Barista in El Paso:
Pros: Free Coffee, Scholarship, Ability to choose time of day
Cons: I am subservient to confusing demands between uninformed customers and invisible upper management
Stressful, but has it's moments.
Barista in Seattle:
Pros: The flexibility of hours along with the individuals I get to work with
Cons: Having to deal with entitled customers that seem to be attracted to our sub-par coffee
Can be good learning opportunity in right store.
Assistant Manager in Kokomo:
Pros: Starbucks has good benefits an usually provides an inclusive environment for their partners.
Cons: When bad managers ruin the Starbucks experience for partners.
50/50 satisfaction.
Kitchen Helper / Aide in Kuala Lumpur:
Pros: To prepare all the ingredients and ready to serve them
Cons: lacks of communication between employer and the employees
A Strong Corporate Culture, Work Life Balance, Collaboration.
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: Share passion with others, able to explore my own talents and strengths and use them in other areas of the job.
Cons: Not so bad to come home smelling like coffee.... it could be worse.
Hard work and always under staffed
Pros: I enjoy making the customers happy when they get their order quickly and promptly.
Cons: Management is poor. They do not listen to staff issues and there is a lot that could be improved.
A great start...
Barista in San Diego:
Pros: The friendly appearance and socialization of the customers and employees.
Cons: The entitlement of seasoned employees to new hires in any supervisory or managerial position.

Most Popular Benefits at Starbucks Corporation

Retirement & Financial Benefits
401(k) Plan
Profit Sharing