Somewhat affordable but the deductible is insane, I pay $200 a month with a $4,000 deductible. The benefits are good though. We get free food and drinks, a free pound of coffee a week, Spotify premium, and if you don’t already have a degree they offer a college scholarship to ASU Online.
good opportunities for college tuition, health insurance, 401k, you name it.
Incredible benefits, including 401k, free stock investment, health insurance (even for part-time employees).
Discount, 30% off, free drinks on shifts, vacation time, sick time, 401k, bean stock opportunities, grants, health benefits, dental included
Health insurance was essential for me while working part-time / freelancing other jobs
College Reimbursement, stock grants, discount stock purchase plan
They offer a number of different plans to pick from that will benefit you, on top of getting stock as a partner
The ease of taking off time, stock grants, insurance benefits, and all of the extra little perks were great.
managers are bad in the company
As far as I know, there wasn't a benefits package. I wasn't offered any benefits directly from Starbucks. Since it was attached to a Safeway, I was invited to apply for insurance, but there wasn't much else besides that and a small employee discount. And I mark part time on this, but that was only near the end of my employment there, and it wasn't by choice. I was reduced to two days a week.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.