When being interviewed, I had asked about benefits but from my understanding, there are no benefits--ie health insurance, 401k, scholarships--for baristas. Time off and vacation are TBD so far
Part time so no real benefits besides tips...
No vacation hours for part-time and for every 30 hours you work you get 1 hour towards sick time.
That if you only part time, you don't get as much as full time benefits, it's 1/4 the package the company provides for part time, so you have no choice, if you wanna gfet the full benefits, you need to at least work 40 hours full time 5 times a week 8 hours everyday.
Not as competitive in the multi-unit retail sector
You cannot qualify for the majority of standard health and employee benefits because you must be a full-time worker. Most workers are part-time with the exception of Shift Managers and the General Manager.
They are quick to promote people who have their food handlers license but do not properly train them to be supervisors or upper management. Many supervisors were lazy and did not do their job well.
If you work full time you get benefits. I am not sure if you have to be a manager or not because they usually do not make barista work full time.
there are no perks for part time workers other than the free drink during a shift. Along with a 50% off and mostly everything they sale.
They is almost no benefits package whatsoever unless you are a full time employee. Which is very hard to come by. Most stores have only one full time employee besides the General Manager. They do have hotlines for crisis issues and you get 24 hours of sick pay per year. However, the paid vacations, paid holidays and insurance programs are only for the Full-timers. You do receive a 50% discount on food, beverages and retail items which is fairly generous.