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Bob Lewis
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over 6 months ago

That you will never go up in the company with a personality. Marks and yes men go up, if you care about the job you be ruined. The customer is alwise wrong, and honesty will only hurt you. Welcome.e to thunder dome bitch!

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Thomas Ferranti
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over 6 months ago

a union. Because after being there for over 6 years I still only got 15 hours a week.

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ANDREAROSS REYES
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over 6 months ago

#workfromhome I need work from home at night not weekdays because i need go to School i’m a Student I need #parttime online jobs examples #customerservice #starbucks

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reese bustanoby
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I have an interview on the 28th to become a shift lead at starbucks. I like to be very prepared and i’ve been a barista at starbucks for a year now. It’s been my goal to be promoted into one and I am very excited. Do you guys know the questions they ask you during the interview. I am nervous and want to be able I can answer them with confidence. Please let me know! Anything helps:) Thank you! # #interview #leader #starbucks

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Tell us about your previous work experience? You will want to talk about how your previous work experience matches the experience they are looking for in regards to the store manager position.

In the job description, I am looking at it states: Progressively responsible retail experience (3 years), supervision (1 year) and experience analyzing financial reports

So be sure to talk about any retail, supervision, and financial experience you have first.

Why do you want to be a store manager? I feel I can learn and grow my career by working at a Fortune 500 company. I enjoy leading coaching and mentoring. Why should I hire you? For this question, you need to read the store manager job description again and look for key skills they are looking for and restate those skills. After rereading the job description here is what I found.

Drives the implementation of company programs by developing action plans and directly motivating and instructing the store team to implement them to meet operational and organizational objectives. (Skill ability to motivate others) Ability to manage store operations independently (skill work independently) Can manage effectively in a fast-paced environment (skill work under pressure) Ability to manage multiple situations simultaneously. (skill multitasking) Team building skills (skill teamwork) So when asked why should I hire you:

Say you have great motivational skills and understand the importance of motivating others to meet operational and organizational objectives. State you work well in a team or independently. Mention you work well under pressure. Finally, say you have great multitasking skills. Tip!!! Be sure to think of actual real-life examples when stating these skills. Starbucks is known for its situational interview questions.

Where do you see yourself in five years? This question is designed to see if you have goals but, more importantly, to see if you are a good fit for Starbucks Store Manager. Make sure your goal aligns with the Starbucks business objectives. Why not take a look at the Starbucks Career website and find a job you can see yourself doing in five years. After store manager, you can move up to the district manager and regional manager. This will make you sound committed to the organization. Do you have any questions for us? What are the top attributes of a store manager at Starbucks?

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Alicia Blom
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How do you feel you would show integrity compassion accountability reliability responsibility and be ethical and fair to those who work under you and around you

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Deanna Ortiz
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I had a great interview at Starbucks, we sat and talked about coffee and even got to try some. We talked about my past experiences and what I learned from working with different teams. Then once I was offered the job I went straight into training. It definitely was one of the most calming, relaxing interviews I've ever had.

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Nur Yunlu
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Candidates meet with the interviewer in-store and answer questions about their work history, job-related skills, and personality traits that could benefit the company. Typically, these casual yet professional conversations take between 15 minutes and an hour.

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Jen Smith
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Barry Cohen
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There is a store manager as well as a store assistant manager. Then there are shift leaders who run their shift by assigning people to jobs and making sure things run smoothly. After that it is really a matter of doing a specific job well so that the entire team runs smoothly.

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Sherry Ittner
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Barry is correct except not all stores have assistant managers. Also, if run properly Baristas should be switched out of different positions hourly so it is important to know how to work well at each position.

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Starbucks is one well-known company that offers benefits to both it's part-time and full-time employees.

Employees are eligible for

  • health benefits
  • financial benefits
  • career benefits
  • and other unique benefits like free coffee, Spotify, and more!

Check out this article, Starbucks employee benefits breakdown to learn more!

#employeebenefits #parttimebenefits #Starbucks #jobsearch

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Sondra Hernandez
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Linda White
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over 6 months ago

I loved connecting with customers.

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Jeff Rothstein
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over 6 months ago

The 12 hr shifts were a bit to much. Towards the end of the week it became a little dangerous driving a lot of different machinery.

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