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Written by Barista (Former Employee) from Griffin, GA on August 19, 2019
I loved working at Starbucks. The smell of coffee was amazing. The customers were great. The only thing I disliked was the manager. She would never be out on the floor making coffee or doing anything yet she still got most of the tips. Very unfair. She would also give better days off and give the good shifts to the associates she knew personally. She - more...