Starbucks - Two Examples of Financial and Non-Financial Methods of Motivation

A couple of good examples here to use when illustrating the opportunities for some creative financial and non-financial methods of motivation.  In this first article, we learn that Starbucks UK employees are to be given free shares in Starbucks Inc as part of a revised remuneration package.  Will the so-called “bean stock” act as a motivational force for staff on a day-to-day bases?

In the second example, Starbucks staff and store managers are taken to work in a fairtrade coffee plantation to better understand the start of the supply chain that stretches from the coffee bean to the skinny latte in-store.

Lots of scope in these two articles for students to compare the methods being used.

Job board

Teacher of Business and Economics

King Edward VII School, Sheffield

New

Join the tutor2u community

With a tutor2u account you can access extra features to support your teaching & learning.

Subscribe to the daily digest

Curate your own content

Track your training schedule

Manage your resource library

Receive job alerts

Join the community

Already joined? Sign in now ›

More From the Digital Store

A complete collection of editable lesson topic worksheets and exam-style case studies that are ideal for teaching individual topics for the whole Edexcel A Level Business Year 1 (AS) teaching content.

£75.00 (+VAT)

Edexcel A Level Business Year 1 (AS) Lesson Worksheets and Case Studies

Superb series of worksheets specifically designed to help students practice the quantitative skills element of the Year 2 teaching content for Edexcel A Level Business.

£50.00 (+VAT)

Edexcel A Level Business (Year 2) Calculation Practice Sheets

Editable worksheets that that enable students to practice all elements of the quantitative and data analysis skills required by the Edexcel A Level Year 1 (AS) teaching content.

£50.00 (+VAT)

Edexcel A Level Business Year 1 (AS) Calculation Practice Sheets

Recruitment

Advertise your vacancies with tutor2u

Much cheaper & more effective than TES or the Guardian. Reach the audience you really want to apply for your teaching vacancy by posting directly to our website and related social media audiences.

Find our more ›

Advertise your teaching jobs with tutor2u