If Baristas Were HonestBut the service industry can be brutal, and as with any industry, its managers can be unprofessional. We've compiled a list of the most shocking ways some Starbucks employees have been let go. Have your own story about being fired from Starbucks or any other giant chain? Tell us in the comments or send an email to vgiang businessinsider. An employee was fired after requesting a stool to perform her job duties because Starbucks claimed that she "could be a danger to customers and workers," according to the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The former employee filed a discrimination lawsuit against the coffee chain in claiming violations of Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of InCole Dorsey was fired after attempting to organize a barista union to promote stable work schedules in East Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The next year, the Seattle-based coffee chain settled a complaint filed on Dorsey's behalf by the National Labor Relations Board. The first barista union was created in at a New York City Starbucks with complaints of low starting wages and irregular hours.
Christine Drake received extra training and support for her bipolar disorder while she worked as a barista in a Seattle location for more than two years. Then suddenly, new management came in and fired her.
Inshe got the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission behind her to sue Starbucks for discrimination and berating her in front of customers, citing the Americans with Disabilities Act.Letting Starbucks Baristas Pick Our Drinks For a Week...
Two Indo-Canadian women were dismissed for refusing to remove their nose rings, which violates Starbucks' dress code policy forbidding pierced jewelry or ornaments on the faces of staffers. Benita Singh and Aisha Syed filed complaints with B.
Human Rights Tribunal stating that nose jewelry is a symbolic part of their Indian culture and that they both wore their studs when initially hired.
Singh was fired from a Vancouver location, and Syed from a Richmond outlet, where she worked for more than three years. A former barista was terminated after selling some leftover "partner-markout" coffee on eBay. Entitled to one pound of free coffee weekly during her employment at a Toronto location, the former employee found herself with bags of leftover beans and decided to sell the coffee -- along with a bag of Tazo Chai mix she bought from another store -- online.
Starbucks quickly found out and "came in like the police," requesting the once-barista to write a letter explaining her actions before leaving. Xan Gordan was fired after shutting off Wi-Fi capabilities to refrain customers from using the free Internet to access pornography. Gordan claimed he consulted management, checked the employee handbook and spoke to customers before deciding to pull the plug on free Internet at an Atlanta location.
The former employee of three years believes the reason behind his termination wasn't from shutting off the Wi-Fi, but for his union activism. The next day, Tiffany White was ordered to attend a meeting with upper management where she was promised that a union representative and her attorney would be allowed to accompany her. Several black workers have filed complaints with the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries saying they were improperly treated while working at the Tazo Tea Company owned by Starbucks.
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Adorable stories of Starbucks baristas falling in love with their And, one of the baristas from my store always insisted that we would date. These are the crazy rules Starbucks baristas are forced to follow, some official and some secret!. That's why we believe we have a responsibility to advocate both internal and public policies that support the health of our business, our partners (employees).
Keep me logged in. Try Independent Minds free for 1 month See the options. Working at Starbucks is "a lot like being in the Hunger Games", revealed one ex-barista Getty. You probably only know me as dirty chai guy. Turns out he had messaged me to ask me to hang out on Facebook the year before, but I didn't know his name then and had deleted it thinking it was a different and awful Brandon.
We were meant to be. Two years strong!
Yes, in fact that's how my previous manager met her husband. However, partners who are or become involved with each other need to work at. teague c via flickr Starbucks is known for treating its employees well -- providing health insurance to part-time workers, calling everyone. Sometimes, companies do stand by their employees.
He did two other jobs, I was the barista. Every weekend, he'd come in to print his reports and I'd just clean pretending not to notice he was there, but I was constantly looking and admiring. We started officially dating on my birthday almost a year ago. He had a black coffee and this amazing vibe about him.
I then got a random invite from someone I didn't know to get a drink at a local bar. I said, 'Eh, what the hell. I showed up and the guy who invited me out said, 'Hey, I don't think you'll be interested in me, but I think you'll like my best friend. We now are getting married in October. Thanks, Starbucks. He'd stay and read for hours and come back again and again for more drinks and pastries, lingering at the counter to chat.
Eventually, we became friends on Facebook and then started dating. We've been together for more than three years and are expecting our first baby in a few weeks.
Hi - I'm Lenny, I worked at Starbucks from (partner #). Same for if an ASM was friends with outside of work or dating a shift or barista. Starbucks baristas see the best and worst of urban life, from irritable commuters to teenage lovebirds and customers who ask to be called Darth. A barista writes to STARBUCKS GOSSIP: I don't remember a thing from First Impressions or the partner manuals about baristas dating each.
I wrote it on a receipt paper, and the rest is history! He was a regular so I saw him four to five times every week. About a year before I asked him out, I told a few barista friends that I thought he was cute. I thought it was all a fun fantasy that would never come true.
I mean, why would a practicing lawyer ask out a college girl that gets his coffee? But my friends finally convinced me I should try to make something happen for giggles. Put your number on his cup!
Except he didn't see it. Of course, I didn't learn this until after we started dating, so I was embarrassed. I began to think about asking him out all the time.