a best place for work . gain more experience . cooperative staff .funny envorinement .flexible shifts . excilant salary .job benefits free lunch and coffee . discount for students and regular customers .funny place to work .
Barista (Former Employee) – Cork, Ireland. – 18 June 2017
Starbucks Ireland has great co workers but horrible management. They do not monitor holiday pay. They don't care about their employees unless they have a supervisor position or higher Just an overall horribly ran company and i would never recommend anyone to work for Starbucks Ireland.
Barista (Former Employee) – Dublin – 21 April 2017
Basically there are two positions: Till: where you take orders and payments. Bar: you are the responsable of making the beverages according to all standards. You also have to do extra task as keeping clean everywhere and restock the store. Good atmosphere. The type of costumer is usually polite, high educated and lots of tourist depending on the area the cafe is located.
Barista (Former Employee) – Dublin – 12 March 2017
el ambiente del trabajo era agradable de ser una empleada de mi jefe que tiene discipline y aprende mucho de mi jefe y mis colegas. este tipo de trabajo que es muy relacionada con mi profesion que es turismo. tener experiencia de conocer la gente que es muy agradable.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Irlanda – 28 February 2017
Siempre te lo pasas bien y el ambiente es excepcional, gente joven y dinámica. A cualquier problema le ponen una sonrisa y lo solucionan lo antes posible, nunca hay malos rollos y jamás nadie se cree mejor que nadie.
Barista (Current Employee) – Dublin – 24 January 2017
Great Managers!! Great Co-workers!! And Great customers. It is such a fantastic place to work. since I have been in a college this part time job was the best for me. They fixed all schedule depends on my college time table and are very generous in exam period.
Barista (Current Employee) – Dublin – 23 January 2017
Starbucks where i am currently working is not just cafe. Our partners are trying to give customers experience, which is very comfortable place for customers like home or workplace. We can learn not only to make coffee, customer service also starbucks' marketing that we offer loyalty card and new promotion. What's more we can find how important our partners work together that makes us respect each other and why keeping harmony is great. I am so delighted to experience in starbucks international company.
Head Supervisor (Former Employee) – Starbucks College Green Dublin 2 – 4 December 2016
Working in Starbucks for more than 2 years, I could say that I gained managerial skills and interpersonal skiils.The most enjoyable part of the job its when you see that customers are happy and enjoing beeing in our store.
Counter Assistant (Former Employee) – The square, Tallaght – 31 October 2016
I worked in this busy café as a counter assistant and I had a lot of duties which includes managing the till, taking orders, handling cash, making coffee and with this I worked in the deli section which improved my ability to prepare food in very short time and I had to make sure that everything is neat and clean along with managing the stock in an order.
El ambiente de trabajo era muy divertido con los clientes y con el equipo de trabajo, tenia mucho suerte que tuve oportunidad de trabajar con ese jefe
Camarera (Former Employee) – Dublin / İrlanda – 30 May 2016
durante mi trabajo alli, aprendi como hacer los cafes con velocidad para que los clientes no esperen al comprarlos. Aprendi que los clientes eran mas importantes que proporcionar los cafes. Al principio, lo parte mas dificil del trabajo era que cuando habia cola muy larga, tuvimos que preparar muchos cafes distintos y enseguida. Lo que mas me gusto del trabajo es que comunicar con los clientes al preparar cafes y trabajar con el equipo muy amable como ellos.
Sole Barista (Current Employee) – Tallaght, County Dublin – 27 May 2016
I am a sole barista, I ran the entire place on my own, the hardest part of my day is definitely going to the loo, having to wait over 30min for somebody to cover for me for a few minutes, it's usually very busy and the day goes fast, the most enjoyable part is being able to make coffee and bounding with my regular customers.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Blanchardstown, County Dublin – 18 March 2016
I had a lot of responsabilities, I was a Supervisor, but actually I did a manager job in the last 4 months of employment. I achieved manager experience and I've learned how to deliver a great customer service. Last store where I've worked was small and a lot of time I was alone, but my team was respectful and nice. The hardest part was on weekend time when I did double-shifts. The most enjoyable part was when I did events, like aroma labs to promote the seasonal coffees.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Dublin, D – 1 February 2016
I have learned a lot of thing in Starbucks. It is actually my first decent job, where I have a decent salary and time for myself. It's not easy come to another country where you can't speak their language. But no only Starbucks but people that I worked and I work showed me that not is impossible. I started as a barista and today I am a Supervisor. I love what I do and every day I learn something new. One day if I have to leave this place, I will be very thankful.