1. Why do we even sell loaves? They are basically hockey pucks within an hour. Everyday, I get at least one person who comes back to complain about how dry and hard their piece of cake was.
2. Why do employees EVER have to pay for drinks made behind the bar? There is sooo much wastage at every Starbucks. Is it necessary to require staff to pay for drinks on days they are not working?
3. What's all this connect with the customer stuff? I thought people went to Starbucks for coffee. When did they begin going for long waits in line followed by two whole minutes of inane chatter with someone you don't know? It's not rude to help a customer quickly. Considering I've only ever seen one person at a time working at one espresso machine, with the other one always sitting vacant and unused for some reason, I would imagine that you want this person focusing on making the drinks instead of making polite conversation about the weather?
4. Is it worth it to buy into the health plan? Considering I live in a country with free access to healthcare? What's the prescription plan like?