Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Paid maternity leave and medical leave. Tuition reimbursement. 401k match, stock in the company after one year, paid vacation after one year plus many more benefits
Overall the benefits are solid. You get to a wide variety to choose from for dental, health and eye care and you can customize it to your needs. It almost makes up for the pay not being so great. You also get free stocks every year from the company which is nice but you still have to wait for the stock to vest which is annoying.
Best: it is so easy to find what plan will work best for you. There's a survey a partner fills out, then the benefits site will give you many plan options. Everything is also explained simply, it's awesome. Also, if you don't have an AA or BA, you can go to ASU online and Starbucks will reimburse full tuition! Worst: not open enrollment, which SUCKED when I had to wait a few months (and had zero insurance).
Starbucks It's a company with amazing benefits. And for managers is the best. I have no conplaints about it's benefits.
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Best: - 401K Plan - Affordable Health Insurance - CUP Fund (Created to help partners in need of financial assistance) - Discounts! (Free drinks and food items while on shift, 30% off merchandise and food/drinks while off shift. - Weekly Mark Out, you are allowed one free packaged coffee, tea box, K-Cup box, or Cold Brew mix every week. - Stock Program, Starbucks practically gives you $500 after working with them for two years through the bean stock program. - ASU ONLINE, Starbucks has a program that will pay for a partner's tuition at ASU. It's actually pretty neat. Worst: - The job is sometimes overwhelmingly stressful especially with what is expected of you for the poor pay that is offered.
Flexibility. It's also extremely nice to be able to get full time benefits at 20 hours a week average.
I went from having nothing to being able to go to the ER and not have a copay. The benefits make the job worthwhile.
You have to re-up every year, and sometimes they've changed the offerings and you have to switch providers (and subsequently doctors)
there were not a lot of benefits apart from having some days off that you requested. managers were sweet
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