Do Starbucks workers get stock? Bean Stock is granted annually to eligible partners in the form of Restricted Stock Units (RSUs). RSUs give you the right to receive shares of Starbucks stock after a specified period of time, also known as vesting. There is no need to enroll.
How long do you have to work at Starbucks to get stock? Stock Investment Plan (S.I.P.)
Partners become eligible after 90 days of employment and after being paid for an average of 20 hours per week during the three months preceding the quarterly offering. Partners may elect to contribute 1% to 10% of their base pay each pay period.
How many shares do Starbucks have? Starbucks shares outstanding for the quarter ending March 31, 2022 were 1.154B, a 2.61% decline year-over-year. Starbucks 2021 shares outstanding were 1.186B, a 0.31% increase from 2020.
What happens to my stock when I quit Starbucks? 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.