At no fault of yours, you were out of carriers and said you could not take my empty cup (trash). Debbie.’ The barista was so overwhelmed by the apology that he took a photo of it and uploaded it to Reddit, where he explained the reasoning for the letter.‘I was less than understanding and my manner was curt. The thought of leaving a trail of unkindness like that is not the path I want to reflect. You are a young man, clearly working hard to build a fortune and you should be commended. Stay hopeful no matter what kind of people cross your path (or drive thru). You taught this ole lady something yesterday about kindness, compassion & staying humble. The barista, Reddit user Circle Addict, explained that rude customers are something he experiences on a daily basis – but he always manages to keep his calm.One thing to know is that a small number of stores have an “elevated dress code” which is stricter than the normal dress code.
The note, which began: ‘Greetings Starbucks Barista!
’, read: ‘Yesterday at your drive thru we had a less than cheerful encounter.
Pros- 0hr contract but I could work as many hours as I requested.
They always needed more people because it was a busy inner city store.- Worked with some really lovely people.- Opportunity to have a lot of fun at work - it's a casual environment.
Great company to work while in school and you can become shift in a year but the pay still sucks and moving from shift upwards is hard and you will get burned out but the experience in being a shift supervisor can help you in resumes.