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110 questions about working at Starbucks
Ethiopian culture clothes to magnify diversity but thinking as one!
Answered 3 March 2017
Only for salaried store managers and above.
Answered 3 March 2017
I could work 50 to 60 hours per week!
Answered 17 January 2018
Yes they do so they can get the Right person for the job
Answered 20 March 2017
No, they will train you but any customer service experience is a benefit
Answered 6 June 2017
- drama- too busy and not enough staff on the floor- we are always out of product- culture feels like a cult-doesn't feel safe during covid, leaders not enforcing cleaning
Answered 23 March 2017
Focus on growth of people who want it. dont stop training after shift management
Answered 23 March 2017
Great team work environment and customer connections with new and returning customers.
Answered 17 January 2018
Vacation hours accumulated over time depending on hours worked.
Answered 3 October 2018
I applied online, emailed the manager three days later to follow up, half an hour after that the manager emailed me asking for an interview in two days, I went to the interview (it was about 15min long) and at the end I was offered the position! I start training three weeks after my interview.
Answered 20 February 2018
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