News Partner (Employee) Experience
A customer’s "curt" exchange with a barista and her efforts to heal any hurt feelings brings national attention to a Starbucks in Bishop, Calif.
An estimated 15,000 Starbucks partners (employees) have a desire to earn a degree, but do not qualify for admission to the company’s College Achievement Plan. To help these partners reach their goals, Starbucks and ASU launched Pathway to Admission, a program that provides partners the ability to work toward admission tuition free.
Dave Seymour shares something special in common with Starbucks chairman and ceo Howard Schultz. Their first day on the job at Starbucks was the same – September 9, 1982.
A life coach for youth with learning disabilities finds Starbucks is a welcoming place for a young man with autism.
Service in the U.S. Navy helped prepare a veteran for a career at Starbucks and gave him an appreciation for a good “cup of joe.”
A store manager recalls how he became a partner (employee) at Starbucks after a 27-year career in the military.
An athlete with a drive to compete, travel and make films finds that Starbucks provides the flexibility she needs to live out her dreams.
A barista who also serves in the U.S. Army Reserve finds that Starbucks provides options allowing her to serve in military uniform and in her Starbucks patriotic green apron.