Starting Oct. 1, parental leave for baristas was expanded to six weeks of paid leave. But a group of shareholders say it still risks being discriminatory.
It's tall, not small.
Oh you wanna send that back after eating three quarters of it? Cool.
The company asked store managers to "help us deliver on our commitment" to giving staff the hours they need.
About two months ago, things started going south, staff say. Many pin the blame on cutbacks in working hours.
There will be no additional raises for workers early next year, the company confirmed to BuzzFeed News.
"Baristas feel the force of the labor cuts and the gross underemployment," according to a new petition by workers.
It is a potent power.
Inspired by this Quora thread.
Annnnnnnd it's a perfect rosetta.
The coffee giant's CEO is encouraging the company's 191,000 employees to talk about race relations with customers through an initiative called "Race Together."
Baristas and Taylor in harmony. #swiftbucks
Mo Lattes Mo Problems.
Are you even trying?
"Poor, poor Nykal."
Just a few quick, easy ways to be an annoying customer.
Death before decaf.
The entire world would shut down without it.
It's never too early to train your children to make your coffee for you.
"Bikini Baristas" on campaign to conquer the Pacific Northwest.