27 Apr '17, 2pm

According to Intelligentsias & Blue Bottles HR: PartTime workers represent a miniscule percentage of THEIR workforce

According to Intelligentsias & Blue Bottles HR: PartTime workers represent a miniscule percentage of THEIR workforce

As you can see from the chart above, all of these companies actually offer similar benefits to their employees, with some interesting twists in the backstory. For example, Blue Bottle’s new dependent health benefits bring them more in line with Intelligentsia’s offerings, but Intelligentsia has offered those health benefits since their founding in 1995. Still, as the two most comparably-sized retail outfits, Intelligentsia and Blue Bottle face many of the same challenges and address them in some of the same ways: neither company offers benefits to part-time workers, but according to Intelligentsia’s human resources director Lisa Hogan, part-time workers represent a miniscule percentage of their workforce, and Blue Bottle made the same staffing note in their statement to Valleywag.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/barista-health-care-blue-bottle-valley...

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