Avis d'employé sur Starbucks
Poor in respect
Im not going to say much cos its not worth my time, but all i can say in my experience some been in my place has a new starter and they didn't try to help much. Manager was ok, but i think it was good for me to leave i couldn't do one more min there that's all. The only thing good and cos im trying to at least be nice was the tips even they was little for the hard work you do at there.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
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Réponse officielle de Starbucks10 août 2020
"Hi there,Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback while working at Starbucks Canada. We are disappointed you had a negative experience. We are listening, and your feedback is invaluable.At Starbucks, we strive to create a positive experience for all partners (employees). Our leaders at Starbucks care deeply and take this information very seriously. We have captured your comments and will share your feedback with the leadership team in your area to prevent this from occurring in the future. All the best with your next role, and we hope to see you again in our stores."
a typical day at work for me: I clock in, I have to read our virtual to-do list that is our personal responsibility to complete, in addition to any key things happening that day or week. I have to maintain cleanliness, stock, speed of service, concierge (maintaining a safe amount of people in the store, thanks to Covid) and dealing with an inordinate amount of entitled people the whole time--and given it's a low-level job where no one cares, if you do try to care, you're gonna do it all alone. also, if you're at a drive-thru store, you're expected to stay under ludicrous times to maintain speed of service. it's hard work, especially on your body and your mental health. so, as long as long as you can grin and bear it through the most ill-mannered people you've ever interacted with, completely unfair expectations for the pay you're getting, having your body broken down--particularly your upper body, especially your hands and wrists--and occasionally literally having drinks thrown drinks at you, you're golden. oh, and this company will never defend you when customers are belligerent.whether or not superiors are decent varies store to store.the upside? free drinks, up to five per shift, and the benefits are much better than anything else in this sort of work, even if a little comes off every paycheck.
free drinks, okay benefits, your job doesn't go home with you
understaffing, repetitive strain injuries, a company that cannot read the room to save its life, entitled customers, unfair workloads for the pay, dirty/ messy after every shift
I'd like to work here as a teen to make more money this year to help kids and older people living in poverty people started to help me by aplying an online job
Réponse officielle de Starbucks23 novembre 2020
Thank you for taking time to write a review on your experience at Starbucks Canada. We care for each and every partner deeply and we are listening to your feedback. At Starbucks, we strive to create a positive experience for all partners (employees). If you do have any questions or concerns, please connect with your manager, keep up the amazing work!