Can I keep my Starbucks stock after I quit? To receive shares, Starbucks partners must be continuously employed during that waiting period, called vesting. Simply put, if you stay employed by Starbucks for at least one year from the grant date with no breaks in service, you will receive the first half of your Bean Stock.
What happens to bean stock when you quit? All unvested RSUs will vest in full as of the date of your separation. The vested RSUs will go to your estate. Your estate will determine when to sell these shares. There is no time limit.
How much stock do Starbucks employees get? What is Vesting? Vesting is basically a waiting period when you must remain employed by Starbucks without any break in service. RSUs vest 50 percent after the first year, and 25 percent each for the second and third years.
What do you get when you retire from Starbucks? All Starbucks employees are eligible to throw money in a 401(k) retirement plan once they’ve worked for 90 days. They cleverly call it their Future Roast 401(k) and you’re allowed to add up to $17,000 per year, even more if you’re over the age of 50.