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30 Secrets Starbucks Employees Wish You Knew

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Sharon Feiereisen of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 31: Whether you're a regular or an occasional customer, chances are you're pretty familiar with Starbucks Coffee. But how much do you really know about Starbucks?It should go without saying that everyone should treat baristas and other food service employees with respect at all times. If your order gets messed up, there's no need to yell at a Starbucks employee—they'll likely be happy to make it right if you give them a chance. And after speaking directly with current and former Starbucks baristas and combing through hundreds of comments online, we found that the #1 rule Starbucks employees wish customers would follow is: Don't be rude! Being considerate is not only the right thing to do, but it might get you perks, like no extra charge for non-dairy milk. On the flip side, when you snap unreasonably, you might find yourself shortchanged or end up with decaf instead of regular.Read on to get the low-down on everything Starbucks employees wish you knew—straight from baristas themselves.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

30 Secrets Starbucks Employees Wish You Knew

Whether you're a regular or an occasional customer, chances are you're pretty familiar with Starbucks Coffee. But how much do you really know about Starbucks?

It should go without saying that everyone should treat baristas and other food service employees with respect at all times. If your order gets messed up, there's no need to yell at a Starbucks employee—they'll likely be happy to make it right if you give them a chance. And after speaking directly with current and former Starbucks baristas and combing through hundreds of comments online, we found that the #1 rule Starbucks employees wish customers would follow is: Don't be rude! Being considerate is not only the right thing to do, but it might get you perks, like no extra charge for non-dairy milk. On the flip side, when you snap unreasonably, you might find yourself shortchanged or end up with decaf instead of regular.

Read on to get the low-down on everything Starbucks employees wish you knew—straight from baristas themselves.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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