Avis d'employé sur Starbucks
Good place to work, some areas need improvement.
Overall, I had a good experience at Starbucks. If you work part-time, you won't notice the negative points of the job, if you work 30+ hours a week, you will. Out of the 3 locations I worked at over 2 years, only one manager made me enjoy my job. The second was neither good, nor bad, and the third should not have been working for the company. I have met many mangers who should not be in management, but the company seems to turn a blind eye to the problem. Good managers need to be recognized for their efforts, while poor managers need to be held responsible for their behaviour. Morale is a major factor in the success of a store and even though a store may have excellent sales and good customer reviews, the baristas may be suffering. I have seen both a high morale store, and a very low morale store. It should be a top priority for the company that their employees are satisfied. I think that with the right manager and co-workers, the company is a great place to work. I appreciated how generous the company was with their benefits and perks for employees. Starbucks was not my worst job overall, but there is still improvement that can be made. I believe that it is important for the company to listen to not just the management, but the shift supervisors and baristas. The baristas are the support of the store, and the shift supervisors see more than the managers ever will. It is important for the company to remember that the managers are not the voice of the store.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Réponse officielle de Starbucks9 septembre 2020
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback while working at Starbucks Canada. We are listening, and your feedback is invaluable. At Starbucks, we strive to create a positive experience for all partners (employees). We hope to see you in stores again soon.
If you are disabled in anyway avoid working for Starbucks, the company doesn’t appreciate disabled workers of any kind. HOWEVER, it was a very fun job especially if you like to learn new things all the time, almost never boring, had a fantastic work “family”. Very sad I had to leave.
Free drinks on shift
Extremely fast paced, stressful, not hearing impaired friendly
The company is great because you get benefits but if you have a bad manager like it was the case for me it's horrible. It took them 2 years to finally fire her, which was unfortunate because so many great employees left because of her. It's a fast paced job, requires memorization but when you have a great team (other than the manager situation) you will love it. Great first job and lots of opportunities to advance in the company.
benefits, free drinks and coffee
can be very hectic