Best thing:Good affordable coverage with big networks, many choices.
free spotify, paid ASU online education, workers comp, discounts
Excellent benefits! Better than a lot of full time positions I have held. My medications were almost always fully covered.
The best company perk is you get 30% off all products in the store from food, drinks, cups, verismo machines, and at home coffee. There is a partner holiday shopping week before Christmas where it becomes 40% off for about a week. While working, you can drink an unlimited amount of beverages 30 minutes before the start of your shift up until 30 minutes after your shift has ended. You get one free food item mark-out during your shift (I don't believe this includes chips or drinks inside the fridge but it includes all pastries, paninis, salads, bistro boxes, and sandwiches). Every week you get 1 free at home coffee mark-out that includes verismo pods, 1lb bags of coffee, and via packets. Starbucks uses Fidelity so after working for a certain period of time you begin to get company stock that you can vest or sell. You can also set up your 401K to take out a portion of your check every pay period. Also after working for a period of time at Starbucks you begin to get vacation hours and recently they have added sick time hours.
You get full benefits after 90days
At every shift, you get 1 free food item and unlimited beverage. After certain hours, you'll be eligible for health benefit (including dental, vision and life insurance). There's also 401K available. Best of all is the college program with tuition reimbursement.
Offers Tuition Reimbursement from ASU, Free pound of coffee a week and free coffee during shifts.
Free drinks while working, one pound of whole bean coffee every week for free, if you work full time you are eligible for insurance and college benefits.
401k is a good option and is available 3 months after starting employment
Health insurance, 401K retirement plan, paid vacation time, Free food item per shift, free beverages on breaks, employee discount on purchases.
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