This year, more than 230,000 partners in 21 markets will receive Bean Stock -- an annual allotment of Starbucks stock given to all benefits-eligible employees. Bean Stock began in 1991 – the first of its kind in the retail industry – on the same day Starbucks opened its 100th store. Howard Schultz stood at the company’s roasting plant in Seattle and announced that all Starbucks employees would receive company stock. “When we introduced Bean Stock… a first for the retail industry, we began to call ourselves partners, sharing in the company’s success,” wrote Schultz, Starbucks interim chief executive officer, in a letter to partners on Monday. Here's just a few ways some partners have used the landmark program from Starbucks:
Spanning 23,000 square feet across three floors, the Starbucks Reserve® Empire State Building® opened this week and will offer exclusive, interactive coffee workshops and tasting flights as well as new coffee beverages, coffee-inspired cocktails and Princi food only available at the new location. Plan your visit to this one-of-a-kind destination:
Last week, Starbucks Corporation (Nasdaq: SBUX) reported financial results for its 13-week fiscal fourth quarter and 52-week fiscal year ended October 2, 2022.
Nothing says the most magical time of the year like the Starbucks red cup returning. This year is extra special as Starbucks celebrates 25 years of the iconic holiday cup! Embrace the return of our seasonal handcrafted beverages and festive food this holiday season.
Last week, more than 2,000 retail leaders from across the U.S. and Canada descended in Seattle for Starbucks DM+ Leadership Experience. Designed to build the leadership excellence required for retail leaders to lead their stores and store partner (employees) through the company's reinvention, the gathering marks the first convening of its kind since 2014, bringing together District Managers, Regional Directors, Regional Vice Presidents from Company-Operated, Licensed Store and Siren Retail businesses in the U.S. and Canada, as well as leaders from the company’s partner resources organization.
Starbucks is proud to be named to the American Opportunity Index Best Employers for 2022 for the Top 50 Career Growth and Top 50 Launchpad companies. Explore the Index: https://americanopportunityindex.org
Building on our long history of offering leading benefits for our partners (employees), we are unveiling two new benefits for eligible partners, designed to support them in two areas of financial well-being: savings and student loan debt. The new benefits, which will begin on September 19, will contribute to eligible partners’ financial stability and help them manage their higher education debt.
Today, Starbucks announced that Laxman Narasimhan will become the company's next chief executive officer as well as join the Board on April 1, 2023. During the transition period, Narasimhan will work closely with current ceo Howard Schultz to fully immerse into the company’s culture and reinvention plan. “Starbucks commitment to uplift humanity through connection and compassion has long distinguished the company, building an unrivaled, globally admired brand that has transformed the way we connect over coffee," Narasimhan shared. "I am humbled to be joining this iconic company at such a pivotal time, as the Reinvention and investments in the partner and customer experiences position us to meet the changing demands we face today and set us up for an even stronger future.”
Top five reasons you need to get your first bachelor’s degree through the Starbucks College Achievement Plan at ASU: 1. 100% tuition coverage. Seriously – there’s no catch! 2. ASU is rated the #1 Most Innovative University, according to US News and World Report. 3. ASU offers over 100 diverse majors to choose from. 4. No rush. At ASU, you can complete your degree at your own pace. 5. We got your back. As a Starbucks partner (employee), you’ll be surrounded with support from other SCAP scholars and partners the entire way! Learn more about SCAP today at Starbucks.com/collegeplan
Help create the next chapter of Starbucks! We’re co-creating the future of our company, hand-in-hand with our partners (employees). Grow with us and take advantage of recent hourly pay increases, extended training and growth opportunities, and innovative store enhancements designed to make your job easier. Apply today at Starbucks.com/careers