Insurance coverage was great and available for part time as long as you work a minimum number of hours
Good things are insurance, school, 401k
Customers can be really rough and make the job difficult, but free Spotify premium and free pound of coffee a week makes it worth it.
Starbucks offered 401K, scholarship to Arizona State University for their online courses, and provided some more benefits to those who served in the military. They also allowed you a free item a week (coffee beans, food, etc) with 30% discount for any purchases, and a free food item daily for your lunch - as for drinks, you got unlimited amounts while working
100% match on 4-6% 401k. Restricted stock units, partner perks website.
The overall cost & that it comes straight out of your paycheck!
They offer some 401k, but mostly to those employees that are working full time. Other that you get tips every week. That is pretty helpful depending on how much hours you put in.
Overall benefits were ok. Not a lot in the way of health or retirement but time off want bad.
best: potential for stocks, health insurance, some schooling, cup fund (donations based system for starbucks partners to pay into fund for other partners in need), etc worst: benefits are nice, but being paid enough to cover living expenses or save money would be nicer
They have a large variety of both medical and dental plans to choose from. The only down side was the cost almost doubled in 1 year. Salaried partner vacation and sick time is granted so when you leave the company you forfeit all of the unused time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.