I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Starbucks.
Interview Details –
Three store managers and a District Manager interviewed me. They have a list of specific interview questions, but each manager approaches it in their own way.
After the interview phase I began training and I had the opportunity to work at several stores. These each served as secondary interviews to see which store I would transfer to when I completed my training.
Interview Question – I wasn't expecting to have my personal life evaluated, but in a customer-oriented and community-involved corporation, it makes sense. The managers were experienced interviewers based on the quickness with which they interpreted my responses. Answer Question
Negotiation Details –
The salary isn't negotiable at entry-level, but the company had many benefits to offer. The totality of a stock investment plan, 401(k), health plan, and the promise of a bonus and sabbatical is motivation for staying with the company.
The negotiation itself was to the point, and I think they come into it knowing how impressed you'll be with the variety in their long list of benefits.
Pros: Central location is easy to find with many commuting options to ferry, busses, trains and a large parking garage and parking lot with shuttle bus. – Full Review
What's it like to be a partner? Working at Starbucks is a lot like working with friends. For one thing, the people who work here aren't "employees"-we're "partners" because we passionately share common goals and… — Full Overview
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