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Empowered to live life well
Starbucks succeeds when our partners do, and we believe that success is best when shared. Our world-class benefits and programs for eligible part- and full-time partners are tailored to your needs. Your Total Rewards package includes base pay and bonus, benefits, retirement savings, stock and perks.
Starbucks offers partners the choice of multiple coverage levels for medical, dental and vision plans, as well as Health Care and Dependent Care reimbursement accounts, life insurance, disability and accident coverage.
Stock and Savings
Our competitive 401(k) retirement plan includes a generous company match, and we offer partners discounted company stock (S.I.P.) as well as participation in our equity reward program, Bean Stock.
Paid Time Off
Both non-retail and retail partners are eligible for paid vacation days and partner and family sick time, while salaried / non-retail partners also receive two personal days per year. Starbucks observes seven paid holidays, during which retail hourly partners are paid 1½ times their base hourly rate of pay for any hours worked on these holidays.
Eligible partners welcoming a new child may receive time off and pay replacement through parental leave. Starbucks also provides Family Expansion Reimbursement of up to $10,000 per adoption, surrogacy or Intrauterine Insemination for eligible partners.
Starbucks offers eligible US partners working part- or full-time the opportunity to earn a first-time bachelor’s degree with 100% tuition coverage, coaching, counseling and advising through Arizona State University’s top-ranked online degree programs. Learn more at starbucks.asu.edu.
We offer our partners easy ways to take care of work-related commuter expenses, like transit passes funded by pretax payroll deductions.
Which benefits does Starbucks provide?
Current and former employees report that Starbucks provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Employee Discount(2207 comments)
“Con: Only 30% discount. Only 7 free food items a week to be used during your scheduled hours. Pro: There are weeks the discount increases to 40%. Free 1 lbs bag of coffee beans per week. Unlimited free drinks for yourself while working.”
- Health Insurance(659 comments)
“For a singular person it's great but if you have a family you're losing at least one paycheck a month to insurance”
- 401K Plan(563 comments)
“It's a pretty good plan!”
free Spotify, health insurance, 401k
Pros: Multiple Insurance companies to choose from. Several different packages to best meet your needs and price point. Fertility benefits. Adoption benefits. Anyone is eligible after 90 days as long as they meet the minimum required number of hours worked. Hours audited every 6 months. Minimum averages to 20 hours per week. Cons: If you don't meet the minimum required hours at the audit, your insurance cancels. Mid insurance cycle my chosen insurance company stopped working with my clinic and I had to wait until open enrollment to change my insurance or for it to expire.
In terms of benefits, Starbucks is one of the best companies to work for. They offer health, matching 401k, employee discounts, secondary education, and so much more.
Starbucks has an incredible benefits package, including aid for infertility or adoption, which many places you can not get that kind of coverage. The stock they give you and the matching 401(k) is awesome too. The degree program through ASU is awesome too.
Hi everyone. I have had several pregnancy losses. After lots of testing I now know why I keep having miscarriages, and I sadly can't ever carry to term. I still have 6 embryos frozen at a fertility clinic and have decided to work with a surrogate to have a child. The trouble is, family building via surrogacy is rarely covered in benefits packages. Do you know of any companies that offer surrogacy coverage? I've heard that Starbucks does. Any others? I am in Canada if that makes a difference.
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Health insurance with different options, free Spotify free Lyft within certain time, college tuition reimbursement, eye care. Free access to online therapy.
PTO, 5% 401k match, medical/ dental/ vision, sick hours
Full benefits available to part time employees
Now offering Roth 401k, pays for 4 year degree, health benefits for all partners.
Great amount of vacations and sick leave allotted. Use vacations or lose them annually, which starts every October. Generous fertility support and parental Leave. 4.5 to 5 months for birthing mothers. 12 weeks for paternity leave or adopting parents. Expensive healthcare that is not comparable to other corporations in the area.
free spotify premium and weekly "markout" of choice of free bag of coffee beans