The Starbucks Partner Hours app is available for iOS and Android devices. The app allows you to view your schedule, track your hours, and manage your benefits. You can also use the app to swap shifts, request time off, and find out about upcoming events.
If you are a Starbucks partner, I encourage you to sign up for Starbucks Partner Hours. It is a great way to save money on coffee and other products and services, and to get access to exclusive events and experiences.
Can I Fix When Starbucks Partner Hours App Not Working?
Yes, there are a few things you can try to fix the Starbucks Partner Hours app when it is not working.
- Check your internet connection. Make sure you are connected to a strong and stable internet connection. If you are using a mobile data connection, try switching to Wi-Fi.
- Update the app. Make sure you have the latest version of the app installed. You can check for updates in the App Store or Google Play Store.
- Restart your device. Sometimes a simple restart can fix the problem.
- Log out and log back in. Try logging out of the app and then logging back in.
- Clear the app’s cache and data. This will delete any temporary files that may be causing the problem. To do this, go to your device’s Settings, then Apps, then Starbucks Partner Hours. Tap Storage and then Clear Cache and Clear Data.
- Contact Starbucks support. If you have tried all of the above and the app is still not working, you can contact Starbucks support for help.
Here are some additional tips:
Make sure you are using the correct app. There are two different apps for Starbucks partners: the Partner Hours app and the Teamwork’s app. The Partner Hours app is used to view your schedule, while the Teamwork app is used for other things like shift trading and time off requests.
Make sure you are using the correct credentials. When you log in to the app, you will need to use your Starbucks partner login credentials. These are different from your personal Starbucks account credentials.
If you are still having trouble, try using a different device. Sometimes the problem is with the device itself, not the app.