Continuing its strategy to stand out as an employer, Starbucks announced sweeping changes to its benefits program Monday that will allow U.S. employees to choose from up to six different medical insurance providers instead of one.
The changes come a week after the coffee company announced several workplace upgrades, including higher wages for store workers. Employees will also now be able to choose from five levels of medical coverage and three levels of dental and vision coverage.
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