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Store Manager217 avis
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Great team and a funworkplace

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The day to day with the team and customers is great...i did not feel very supported my some of the upper management however. Store Managers treat the partners with respect and fairness , but i did not really feel that from some of our upper management.
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Great place to work

Senior management team is great . Fast pace and hard working environment . Early hours are expected as well as late shifts on patternInterview process is complete
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Good perks and benefits but a lot of work

It's a lot of hands on work on the floor alongside the manager role. Never enough time to get everything done. The pay and benefits are good and the longer you stay the better they get.
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Very toxic and you have to work in tight spaces

What is the best part of working at the company?Overworked, long hours, toxic What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Long unpaid hours, u paid holidays What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Toxic, they expect to be always available even if your sick What is a typical day like for you at the company?Stressful, busy, and always running
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Challenging but fun workplace

Worked as a store manager for many years, a lot of great benefits. It’s important to maintain work life balance as the culture may push you to work more. However there are a lot of perks to the role that make it so worth it
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Points forts

  • Environnement inclusif
  • Sentiment d'appréciation personnelle
  • Environnement favorable

Points à améliorer

  • Absence de stress

I had 6 DM’s in 2 years

What is the best part of working at the company?Being able to Network seeing different or the same people every day What is the most stressful part about working at the company?High pace high stress and daily changes What is the work environment and culture like at the company?It’s definitely a cult-ture environment.. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Serving 50 people every 30 mins and getting their order ready in less than 5 mins
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Toxic but trying to be an Employer of choice

I spent close to 20 years with this company, starting as a barista and working my way up to store manager. The company has worked towards becoming very efficient over the years, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. That being said, the company leadership plays favorites, they like to say they're open to feedback but providing critical or constructive feedback often leads to later negative consequences. I find company leadership in my area was very two-faced. I was leading one of the highest volume yet under engineered locations in our area, and I had to beg and plead for years to get a resource investment made into a location that had more or less been printing money for them. The company tried very hard to be this inclusive, welcoming, collaborative, understanding organization - but that is entirely dependent on who your leaders are. I believed in their mission and values for close to 20 years until I had a leader who talked the talk, but didn't walk the walk. Do not recommend.

Points positifs

Large organization, lots of opportunity for growth, benefits

Points négatifs

Long hours, unsupportive leadership, flawed business ethics process, passive response to employee concerns
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Overworked

Overworked with no OT pay. High expectations, with minimal support. Constant 60 hour/week needs, as hard to hire location with no district support. DM provided no support.
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Great culture

Great culture backed with solid mission and values. Experience can differ based on location and manager in place. Benefits are one of the best in the industry
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Great Benefits, Not Much Else

A stressful, frustrating experience. The company looks and sounds incredible and it absolutely could be, but with so many cuts to staffing and labour it's nearly impossible to find any joy in the job. The teams are overworked and undervalued, training is lacking, turnover is high to the point that teams consist of extremely tenured staff who are resistant to change and completely new partners who've barely finished training. Stores are constantly hiring and balancing tasks and training new staff. Managers are given so many additional responsibilities it's challenging to find time to connect properly with your team and the company prohibits any kind of relationship or friendship between management and staff. A large part of the store manager role is holding your team accountable by writing them up, further encouraging a high stress, toxic environment where partners are on edge whenever the manager is around. The benefits that the company offers are incredible, but when the job is causing health struggles, including mental and physical concerns, it's just not worth it.

Points positifs

Free drinks, employee discount, health benefits

Points négatifs

Labour cuts, gossiping, high stress
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High expectations low support

Whiles they give an impression of good work like balance it doesn’t not exist for managers. Often stress covering shift or having to work them your self, which does not allow work life balance. Upper management ….. not professional!! The work place is ver toxic!! Managers are often punching bags for the staff!! Always cutting labour so your over worked

Points positifs

Free coffee

Points négatifs

No work life balance or company cell phone
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productive and fun place to work. good culture.

Workplace culture is very good. Management team , it depends which district you worked with. Some district manager was not understanding the human being. Some district is very nice, polite and understanding work culture.Overall, it is very good company to work with and gain lots of experiences about coffee and hospitality business.

Points positifs

Good pay, Good benefit.

Points négatifs

No work life balance.
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Challenging to achieve life balance

I am a long term Store Manager and still struggle to achieve work life balance. Not great place if you are a parent. Living up to required expectations means working min 50 hours on a good week.
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It’s good and bad at the same time

As a manager at Starbucks you have to deal with heat from office staff, district managers, and your own employees and customers. The perks can be good but the pay for being on call from 5am till 10pm 7 days a week is terrible
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Good at first went down hill and flowing down

Use the opportunity for all the benefits offered then find a better jobManagement had their favourites and it was very clear. Be a poor manager and get rewarded

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Discount benefits

Points négatifs

Long hours, no recognition, poor leaders
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Fun, High paced

Can be stressful at times but a great place to work. They treat you right and always care about your health, mental health and personal life. Would recommend for students who need flexable schedule.
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No work life balance

Starbucks, unfortunately, falls short in several areas that greatly impact its employees. Firstly, the promotion to manager seems to come at the cost of personal value and worth. It appears that once you become a manager, your individual importance diminishes, as the focus shifts solely to business results. Secondly, work-life balance, an essential aspect of a healthy and fulfilling career, appears to be non-existent within the company. Employees often find themselves overworked and struggling to find time for personal and family commitments. Furthermore, district managers, who should be the guiding force upholding the company's mission and values, often prioritize business objectives over the well-being of their employees. This discrepancy creates an environment where personal care and respect take a back seat to profitability. It is disheartening to witness a company that claims to value its people falling short in these fundamental areas.
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Fun but stressful

Workplace culture is great depending on your leader. Your team and your store are only as good as you are and the pressure to produce results can be a lot
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High Expectations- Good Pay

Retail schedule means you’re always working weekends and have minimal work life balance. Pay is pretty good, but job itself is very demanding. 75% of your schedule is working on the floor alongside your team. Yes this is important, but doesn’t allow for adequate time to focus on the business. Very sensitive culture. The expectation is you bend over backward for your team which makes it challenging to hold others accountable when necessary.
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No work life balance

There is little to no work life balance at Starbucks as a store manager. You will work a lot of unpaid hours, you will miss a lot of holidays with your family
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Rewarding Work

In the world of Starbucks you are taken care of. Your work/life balance is the forefront. Your career path is also highly important to the company, so that you can succeed in your own way and time.
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