Starbucks policy on dating coworkers
The store manager has seen him staring at us and making comments, but nothing is done.Multiple baristas have started carrying pocket knives and pepper spray, and we started a policy where we walk baristas to their car if we can’t see it from the store, just in case.The store manager claimed there wasn’t much we could do because he spends a lot of money.I even brought it up to the district manager, and was told there needs to be a paper trail.Here's what these baristas experienced." data-reactid="23" spoke with 16 female baristas* who detailed verbal and physical harassment from customers, with some behaviors bordering on stalking.(A recent poll from the found that 95 percent of women who experienced unwanted sexual advances at work said their harassers didn’t face consequences.) "Harassment has no place in our stores," a Starbucks rep said in a statement, which is printed in full below. Emily, 29I had a semi-regular customer caress my hand and stare into my eyes when I gave him his change.Melissa, 24We had a customer at my location that was a mega creep to everyone.He would follow baristas home, find their phone number without them giving it to him, show up to their jobs at other locations, things like that.
spoke with 16 female baristas* who detailed verbal and physical harassment from customers, with some behaviors bordering on stalking.
The next time he came to order, my shift supervisor happened to be taking his order when he asked about matching the color of his coffee to my skin color.