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9 days ago

sr supply chain analyst - Toronto- 1 year contract

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience * Customer service - Support Market business unit orders and shipments (3- years) * Forecasting / Planning - Identify and resolve…

6 days ago

communications specialist

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience ·Experience in corporate communications-preferably at a multi-unit retailer or an agency 3-5 years ·Experience producing publication…

30+ days ago

senior financial analyst

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience * Financial analysis (5 years) Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities * Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally…

5 days ago

project manager associate

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience * Working across functional areas to develop effective business solutions that align with company and business unit/department…

30+ days ago

manager finance- 6 month contract

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience * Financial analysis, including variance analysis, cost allocation, fact-finding or auditing, contract and price negotiation…

30+ days ago

Store Manager

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto +5 locations

of Experience * Progressively responsible retail experience (3 years) * Supervision (1 year) * Experience analyzing financial reports Required…

9 days ago

Manager, Logistics Services

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience - Supply chain operations experience in multiple departments and scaled operations (4-6 years) - Establishing and implementing systems…

30+ days ago

district manager, Toronto (GTA)

Starbucks Coffee Company Toronto

of Experience * Progressively responsible retail experience (5 years) * District Manager or equivalent level position (3 years) * Experience…

30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Etobicoke/Toronto

Starbucks Coffee Company Etobicoke

of Experience * Progressively responsible retail experience (2 years) * Customer service experience in a retail or restaurant environment (1 year…

30+ days ago

partner resources manager, PRSC (bilingual) - any location in the US or

Starbucks Toronto

and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following: • Implements Partner Resources strategic plans, tactics and projects… Glassdoor

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    Good for a student.

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    Former Employee - Barista - Starbucks  in  Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Barista - Starbucks in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Starbucks part-time for more than a year


    Good training. Pleasant work. Good company culture. Good place to learn basics of adulthood, such as reliability, accountability and even leadership.
    Develop a lot of interpersonal skills which can be transferred to other professions. Regular awards, recognition and reviews given in writing, which are great confidence boosters and can be shown to future employers.
    Free coffee.


    A bad manager or supervisor can ruin your day.
    They are a bit strange with the way they handle hours of work. As a student and a part time employee, I was required to commit to a minimum of 20 hours a week, which I counted on to help towards expenses. During the middle of a shift, if customer volume was low, they would select an employee at random and send them home early.
    Conversely, they would also call you up during your free time(most of which I spent at University) and ask you to come in to cover a shift and/or help with sudden high volume.
    Some managers/supervisors take the job WAY too seriously, especially when dealing with students who are looking for some part time work in their time at university.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you try to keep the Barista level employees perspective in mind, you will make better decisions.
    Also, there should be some way of ensuring uniformity for all Shift Supervisors.
    And keep expectations of Barista level partners realistic.

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