How flexible is Starbucks?
Yes. The hours are flexible, kind of. If you have another job then you won’t get ma y hours at Starbucks, but if you put all your time in the company you can get decent hours.
How much are Starbucks employees paid?
Starbucks in California Salaries
|Barista – Starbucks salaries – 541 salaries reported||California||$15/hr|
|Shift Supervisor salaries – 513 salaries reported||California||$19/hr|
|Barista salaries – 452 salaries reported||California||$15/hr|
|Starbucks Store Manager salaries – 182 salaries reported||California||$61,757/yr|
Do Starbucks employees get discounts?
Partners are eligible to receive a free pound of coffee or box of tea every week. Partners receive a 30% discount on purchases of beverages, merchandise and food. Starbucks recognizes partner contributions at all levels of achievement through formal and informal programs.
Who is the picture on Starbucks logo?
“It’s the siren. She is not a real person, but we kind of think of her as one. She’s the biggest symbol of our brand, really, other than our partners (employees). She’s the face of it,” Steve Murray said.
Is Starbucks flexible with school hours?
Yes, very flexible for high school students. Yes. The manager works with each student to make sure they can fit work in to their school schedule and the town curfews.
Can I choose my hours at Starbucks?
Unfortunately – yes. You can pick and choose your own hours.
Can I get a free drink at Starbucks on my birthday?
On your birthday (as indicated in your Starbucks Rewards account), you will receive one (1) complimentary handcrafted beverage OR one (1) complimentary food item OR one (1) complimentary ready-to-drink bottled beverage (“Birthday Reward”).
Can Starbucks employees give free drinks?
Starbucks employees aren’t going hungry at work. Not only do team members get one free food item and multiple free drinks per shift, but they’re also entitled to 30% off food and drinks when they come in on their off-days. And they get even bigger discounts around the holidays.
Is the Starbucks girl a mermaid?
From its small beginnings in 1971, the Starbucks logo design has always been a two-tailed mermaid. These days, we call her by her proper name – the siren, even though the newest logo design doesn’t explicitly show that she has two tails.