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Canadian, so no trans health support even though the Ontario or Canadian government won't fund things like hair removal, vocal training, tracheal shaving, FFS, chest contouring, or breast augmentation. Where the Starbucks benefits on hand are really worth it for queers though, is in the fertility coverage tied to the extended health benefits. They cover the costs for a surrogate's legal fees, and enough funds for two or three rounds of IVF (depending on how conservative you are with your clinic location and protocol). Fertility meds not fall under the fertility coverage too, so while non-label uses would likely be refused for regular medical needs, sometimes there are special considerations for medications not usually used for fertility in Canada, but with a proven track record elsewhere and the backing of your medical team.
Great benefits, large focus on mental health including coverage and access to app subscriptions,
Very good and helpful to employees.
Great company super caring and nice
Depending on what benefits package you choose determines the coverage you get. The more coverage you want you have to pay a little more. I chose the most expensive one and it is honestly one of the best benedits packages I have ever gotten. Just wish you got a bit more coverage for prescription glasses.
time off, vacation days
The pay could be better
very good and supportive management
It is a decent plan provided you are able to maintain your hours, which might be a bit difficult depending on your stores traffic and roster size
Good for students due to flexible scheduling. Bad for people who aren't people friendly because you'll have to interact with a lot of People
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