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    Howard Schultz
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    Seattle, Washington
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Part-time Barista in Hong Kong, HK
on May 6, 2022
Fun workplace, no experience needed
I went into the job without knowing anything about being a barista, only the intrest within it.The company provided paid training days for every single staff member that comes into the company. The drinks are pretty easy to memorize as they are all just numbers and some ingredients would be used in multiple drinks which made it easier to fit into categories.The food is usually thrown away a day or two after the shipment and since being a night shifter myself, me, my manager and team members would get some free food as bonus. The workplace enviroment is very friendly and outgoing even if it does become stressful during rush hours.My manager is very nice and I still keep in contact with her after I left. She has become a very close family friend now. Very easy going and chill towards every team member but also keeps everything running smoothly without much trouble.The hardest part with the job is definitely rude customers and some may even file a complaint towards HQ and down back towards us. As well as the heavy cleaning, I had to sweep + mop the floor, clear out expired food + restock and clean the oil tank under the sink every night which stank but it was part of the job. I got used to it eventually.The most enjoyable part would be outings and the friendly customers. The manager sometimes put together parties on holidays like Christmas, Chinese New Year or Easter to bring every team member together. It was a time that we got to bond together and strengthen the team which made working together that much more easy.
Part-time Barista in Hong Kong
on April 1, 2022
High employee turnover
I worked for a year and a half and it was quite a stressful experience for me. The workers there are mostly very nice and friendly yet the worker turnover rate is super high. I have already partnered with 5 shop managers and they all left due to low pay and bad management in the company here in Hong Kong. I mean it’s a nice start to learn barista stuff but if you wanna be a pro, Starbucks I’d definitely not the place you are looking for.
Supervisor in Eastern District, Hong Kong Island
on March 9, 2022
Store Manager in TST
on February 17, 2022
Salary too low in HK, Cause the mother company is Maxims. And they only treat their store as a fast food store.
Salary too low in HK, Cause the mother company is Maxims. And they only treat their store as a fast food store.
Barista in Hong Kong
on February 4, 2022
Fun and fast-paced work environment
- Co-workers are friendly, fun to work with- It can be stressful when its very busy but your team always get your back- No work-life balance working as a full time with only 6 days off per month - Aways need to deal with difficult customers- Workplace politics between managers

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If I was willing to learn during work.

Shared on May 8, 2019

What languages do you speak? Do you mind cleaning floor/tables?

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