The expectation is 50 hrs a week is what I was told that by my DM once I promoted to Mgr.
We're super understaffed at my location. We only have like 3 shift supervisors right now, and one is still in school. Starbucks requires at least one shift supervisor to be on staff at all times for the store to be open, so my manager has to put in over 45-50 hrs per week to fill the gaps because we're so understaffed. Otherwise, the store would have to be closed.
This is a joke. My manager barely puts in 20 hours a week, schedules are never posted, never comes in to help out. It seems to me there are no real checks and balances as far as how much the store managers actually work. It seems like a lot of pay for barely any work. Very unfair system..
This is laughable . My store manager barely puts in 20 hours a week. There seems to be no checks and balances on what the managers are actually doing. No schedules posted, no coming in to help or cover. Seems like a lot of pay for not much work at all
6 Am - 4pm
Answered - Barista (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
I believe mine works 40 hours a week.
Answered - Barista (Current Employee) - Charlottesville, VA
The hours they are there are about 7 in the morning to 6 at night
Answered - Barista (Current Employee) - McMinnville, OR
40 hours per week, 4 weekdays and a weekend day
Answered - Barista/ Barista Trainer (Current Employee) - Romeoville, IL
Set your own but 40 hours a week plus more to finish paperwork plus covering any call outs
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - New Jersey
Typically the store manager worked anywhere from 4am to 3pm.
Answered - Barista (Former Employee) - Antioch, CA