With more than 350,000 partners (employees) across more than 75 countries, Starbucks is one of the world’s largest coffee companies. We’ve always believed that our success is best when shared. That’s why we invest in our partner’s health and well-being through programs like Starbucks College Achievement Plan and comprehensive benefits. We also provide partners with opportunities to grow their careers. Our goal is to help every partner reach their full potential.
We know that happy, healthy partners make for a great store experience for our customers. And we know that when our customers have a great experience, they come back – again and again.
What are Starbucks partner hours?
Starbucks partner hours are the hours that a Starbucks partner (employee) is scheduled to work. For most partners, this is typically between 20 and 40 hours per week. The majority of our stores are open seven days a week, so partners can expect to work weekends and holidays as needed.
How to check your partner hours
To view the number of hours you’ve worked, log in to Workday and select the Myself icon in the top menu bar. Your work information appears in the Work section on the resulting page. To see your scheduled hours, select the Schedule tab. Your worked hours appear in the Time Worked section below your schedule.
The benefits of knowing your partner hours
As a Starbuck’s partner, it is beneficial to know your partner hours. By knowing your hours, you can better manage your time and workload. In addition, you can use your hours to plan for your free time and personal life.
Knowing your partner hours also allows you to make the most of your earnings. You can use your hours to work extra shifts or pick up additional shifts when necessary. This can help you earn more money and provide financial stability for yourself and your family.
How to use your partner hours
Starbucks Partners can use their hours in a variety of ways. Here are some of the most popular:
- Education: Starbucks will reimburse you for classes that help you advance in your career, whether it’s college tuition, English-language classes, or obtaining a food handler’s license.
- Health and Wellness: You can use your partner hours to go to the gym, take a yoga class, or even get a massage.
- Personal development: Take a cooking class, learn how to play an instrument, or join a book club.
- Community service: Use your partner hours to volunteer at a local school, food bank, or other nonprofit organization.