Why would you like to work at Starbucks Coffee Company?!

Question: Why would you like to work at Starbucks Coffee Company!?

Hey! I was looking for the exact same question, and here's an answer I found that greatly helped me!.

"I am a manager of a coffee house that "proudly serves Starbucks," and I can tell you that I am looking for employees who are out-going, friendly, quick thinkers, quick learners, have experience, and want to advance with my company!.

I suggest you write something to the effect, "I want to work for Starbuck's because I am out-going, friendly, a quick learner, and I believe I could contribute these personal aspects to your store, while learning important skills to mutually benefit both myself and the company!."

If you should write this - please prove it in the interview - when I hire I look at your listed jobs, first, to see if there are buzz words that apply to my business - cashier, customer service, cleaning, restaurant, barista, before I even read the entire listing!.

I also look at job history and ask why you were at a specific job for such and such period, why did you leave, what did you like about this job!?

Starbuck's is looking for energetic people with a really good, bubbly personality!. If you can at least fake that for 8 hours a day, you're golden!. Do not act shy at your interview and be prepared to say absolutely positive things about your previous employers - us managers kind of wonder about people who say, "Oh, I left because my manager was a douche bag, and wouldn't give me a day off to go see Greenday!."

Though if rephrase it to say, "I was having a hard time balancing my schedule and other important events in my life, and I decided to look else where, because I need a more flexible schedule," this sounds way better!.

also talk about the company from the aspect of a potential employee - don't say "Oh I love Starbucks! Carmel Macchiatos are the bomb!" Say stuff like "I came here as a customer, and I really enjoy the products, I talked to a few of the baristas and did a little research online, and Starbuck's really seems like a positive place to work, offering great options to employees and guests alike, and I think that is great for such a large company to look out for everyone in the process of business!."

I hope this helps!.!.!. don't memorize it word for work, but think "perky, asset to company, reliable, mature, outgoing!." They provide really good training for the rest!. :)

Best wishes!"

-- Written by mrfrooWww@FoodAQ@Com


I wouldnt, they discriminate againtst troops fighting in different countries!.
A group of soldiers wrote to Starbucks asking if they would kindly send some coffee and they wrote saying !.!.!.No because they dont agree with the war!.
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the aroma, how to make wonderful delicious coffee, and yummy treats!.!.!.i think it's really fun to learn how to make things like that!.!.!.^_^
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I wouldn't!. Have you been around a bunch of crabby customers when they haven't had their caffeine fix yet!? No thanks!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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