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Stocks were a great benefit to have because its basically free money from the company for working so hard and you even have the option to contribute to it and watch that money grow as well! Insurance is great, as well. I use it for chiro, massage, dental, etc and they are always promoting people
free drinks, good discounts, learn how to pretend everything's fine. free teas. sometimes free snacks and goods.
Mental health benefit is great. All other benefits are not good. The store employees and head office employees have the same plan options so it is not competitive compared to other corporate offices.
Free stock every year and benefits for full time or part time
The best was the relaxed atmosphere and the people. The worst was the early hours to open the store.
So great that they offer ebenfits for part time. Also great mental health package
Having shares that I could withdrawal was incredible, I withdrew almost $3000 to help me move.
They've been good with giving partners fair rates on good benefits.
The best thing about Starbucks is its benefit programs. Even though it is in striving industry, it still gives importance in employee retention and development. That's why it offers health (mental and physical) and dental insurances. Furthermore, it offers stock acquisition for qualified employees.
Honestly the benefits package is pretty lackluster for such a large company. Many of the benefits offered are of low value purely so they can say they offer it. Copayments are high (10% on prescription drugs), premiums increased dramatically in the last year while the benefits themselves shrank (eliminated orthodontics and reduced the frequency of cleanings, but increased the cost of dental benefits by 15%) The human resources department borders on incompetent when it comes to attempting to make use of any of benefits they offer for leave. Employees frequently return from maternity without a clearly defined job, HR does not explain that while you're on leave you're required to pay for your drug benefits (I found out by receiving a warning notice to pay immediately or lose coverage). Bereavement is a firm 2 days and they will push back on you if you mention that under provincial law you're entitled to unpaid time off. Work from home policy is laughable, with some employees working from home 4-5 days a week and others not being permitted even the occasional day. Several employees were told they couldn't work from home because their presence in the office was "good for morale".
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