A store owner in the Gold Coast says he was shocked when he visited his local supermarket.He says he thought his wife and son were going to buy him a new pair of boots.But the only boots available to them were those on sale at the time."They were sold out," Mr Dickson said."I called them and asked them to help me.They told me I had to leave and return in another time."The store owner says he has b...
Starbucks is rolling out a new job service called Starbucks First to all employees.
The company is using the service to help those looking for work find the right job, as well as provide employees with a first taste of Starbucks life before they move into the next phase of life.
The service, which was first rolled out to Starbucks employees in November, allows customers to access and check in with staff at the store, as they wait for their next shift, and to make the most of the time they have available.
“Starbucks First offers Starbucks employees the opportunity to check in at the counter and have a personalized conversation with a Starbucks employee to better understand how the company operates, how customers are doing, and how to get the most out of their experience,” a Starbucks spokesperson said in a statement.
It will also let employees schedule appointments to see employees for the next day.
Starbucks offers a variety of jobs to its customers, including customer service, retail, restaurant, hospitality, and food services.
Employees can sign up to get started today by visiting Starbucks.com.
The coffee giant is currently rolling out its first Starbucks service to its franchisees, offering them access to a new, first-class customer service team that works to help employees with their everyday tasks.
Starbucks employees will be able to use the service starting today and will be eligible for the same benefits as employees in other Starbucks stores, including health and dental coverage, 401(k)s, paid sick leave, paid vacation, and a free coffee.