Great Company, Great Commitment, Environment Can Be Difficult
During my time at Starbucks, it was clear from the very beginning everyone's commitment to the brand and the atmosphere. Everyone kept in touch, and communication was key. Customers were very friendly and so were the staff. Initially, it was a fun place to work and develop skills that would've been impossible in a slower workplace. Although I'm sure there are many Starbucks locations that don't suffer this problem, a lot of in-fighting did occur during my time there. Whether it was for petty reasons or pure overexertion, it became a tense atmosphere. I eventually decided the job wasn't for me, but don't let this stop you from applying! My experience is not the same as everywhere else, and I'm sure the situation's far improved over time. It was a good place to work, and the benefits are plentiful should you stay at the company long enough.
As a whole the job is great making drinks talking to people etc but there can be extremly rude people as well as just people who believe theyre entilted to better treatment than everyone else. when there becomes many people with this mindset it does become tedious however overall great place to work
I interned as a barista at Starbucks for two months during the summer of 2018. I love the job culture there, and I work with people around my age or sometimes 2-3 years older than me, but I felt comfortable working and the pace was just about right for me, even though we had more customers during the weekends.