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Starbucks Is Giving $40,000 In Fertility Benefits To Part-Time Workers

Thousands of women are picking up part-time jobs at Starbucks to expand their families. Here’s how the coffee giant is changing the lives of struggling couples.

As of Oct. 1, 2022, Starbucks has an expanded family reimbursement benefit for employees.

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Starbucks Is Giving $40,000 In Fertility Benefits To Part-Time Workers


34 thoughts on “Starbucks Is Giving $40,000 In Fertility Benefits To Part-Time Workers”

  1. Starbucks will probably stop this coverage now because no one is staying (they come for that benefit than leave). If they don't cancel it, they might up the time required to get it. I will be surprised if they do not in the not-too-distant future or cancel it outright. The problem is people talk too much.

  2. OMG I cannot believe Americans are proud of their healthcare and insurance system. Thank god I live in the Netherlands where IVF/fertility treatments are in the basic insurance package that applies for EVERYONE – even if you are unemployed.
    Ridiculous arguments that European healthcare is too “socialised” is beyond me.. thoughts like this keeps a country poor and low in welfare.
    Hopefully starbucks will not change their policy/plans for future women with baby-dreams

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  4. CNBC why are you pushing this particular video so much? You changed the original title of the video when you realized no one wanted to watch. Is Starbucks paying you to make this video?

  5. Meanwhile FMLA is only 12 weeks and 100% unpaid, which leaves women with 2 options either quit your job or back to work and put your 12 week old child into daycare 😮 other countries offer longer leave and it's paid.

  6. I find it interesting that companies will fund IVF… just an odd benefit that is offered. It's cool and all but, I feel like that's an "elective" surgery yet insurance won't cover Lasik and half do not even offer dental coverage…

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  8. Two things they just glossed over

    1. The first woman was paying more than she earning every paycheck for the health insurance that Starbucks was offering her. She was literally PAYING to work at Starbucks.
    2. They left Starbucks after they became pregnant because Starbucks pays ZERO in maternal leave.
    3. Starbucks does NOT offer ANY health benefits to stores that MIGHT hold a union vote. Tbey can, have have, pulled these benefits out from under people using the excuse of union rumors. Successfully unionized Starbucks stores, however, offer full coverage of every issue mentioned in the video, as well as maternal leave.

    Starbucks is not a good company. This is anti-union propaganda. I'd love to see the money trail for this one.

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