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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Tully's Coffee part-timePros
Much more laid back with Starbucks, leaving more room to have fun and enjoy the job. I had great coworkers and fun customers, especially the regulars. Not a difficult job by any means, free coffee all day too! I liked that they weren't as strict as Starbucks by any means. I only have good memories from working here.Cons
You can't always choose your coworkers and if you are working an 8 hour shift with someone you don't like, it can sometime make that one shift seem like an eternity. I worked with some very weird people who did some extremely off things.Advice to ManagementAdvice
It might be worth checking up on your employees a little more. The assistant manager was a gem, but the main manager didn't seem to be too involved.RecommendsNegative OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
The interview process is a joke, some managers hire older people to avoid the drama of the younger crowd, they definitely discriminate based on appearance.
You are initially screaned online.
You get a phone interview.
If they like what they hear they set up a In person interview.
If they like you they will hire you.Interview Questions
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Keeping customers caffeinated is all part of the daily grind at TC Global. Formerly Tully's Coffee, the company operates and franchises a chain of more than 180 coffeehouses under the Tully's Coffee banner (used under a licensing agreement with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters) offering a variety of specialty blend coffees along with baked goods, espresso, and related supplies. The chain has locations in more than a dozen states, mostly in Arizona, California, and Washington; about 80 stores are company-owned, while the rest are franchised. In addition to its coffeehouse...