The barista said it was her right to post the video of her "degrading" experience despite the man's attempts to smooth over the situation.
Some Starbucks customers are known for their complicated orders. One employee documented a recent drink request.
"I'm willing to bet all of you vent about your jobs sometimes. Yall have always enjoyed every second of your job???" one commenter wrote under the viral video.
Starbucks told employees on Tuesday that it would comply with the Supreme Court's ruling against the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
The clip prompted employees at both Starbucks' corporate and licensed locations to compare their pay and benefits.
The "pay it forward" trend is commonplace in drive-thrus but not everyone thinks they're a good idea, including one customer who proudly stopped it.
Stores in Boston and Cleveland, among others, have also expressed interest in holding a union vote.
Ducks are pretty particular about their beverages, one viral video shows.
Many commenters asked the TikToker to send workers to their understaffed and overworked places of business.
Six of the employees at the Buffalo store said they were unable to do their jobs safely because one-third of their staff is unavailable because of COVID.
The policy comes as OSHA is aiming for a February 9 start date for its federal vaccine and testing policy for large U.S. employers.
"Tell me you've never worked retail without telling me," commented one user. "The audacity, man."
One Redditor defended a Starbucks' barista from an unruly customer and was later removed from her flight as a result.
Workers United said the actions of managers telling workers the downsides of unionization and pro-union employees having hours cut amounted to intimidation.
Starbucks customers are responding to a TikTok video posted by a barista that claims tea drinks can be dollars cheaper based on how they are ordered.
Employees at two Boston Starbucks stores are looking to be represented by Workers United Labor Union, the same union looking to represent the Buffalo Starbucks.
The customer used his "stars" earned on the app to complete his order and gained over 3 million views for the lengthy ingredient list.
While some thought the message was "sweet" others described the barista's actions as "a big no-no."
A Buffalo-area Starbucks voted to unionize Thursday, with two more nearby locations still counting votes.
"It's as though you are making drinks under the pressure of trying to defuse a ticking time bomb," one Starbucks employee said.
The worker showed changes you can make to breakfast sandwiches, but not all the coffee chain's employees were pleased about it.
The video shows countertops completely covered by customers' drinks as employees worked to fill other orders.
While some thought the clip was adorable, others labeled it a "health code violation."
The latest reusable cup from Starbucks is available at select U.S. stores for a limited time while supplies last.
According to the company's official guidelines, "You must not promote any political or personal views or beliefs on or around Starbucks premises."
Enjoy a host of food and drink items with holiday-themed flavors, from peppermint and pumpkin to ginger and cinnamon.
On Veterans Day, we remember those who are part of the armed forces, and many businesses offer our veterans discounts for their service.
Starbucks' Twitter account might belong to a "Swiftie."
Megan Harrison said she was "absolutely disgusted" by Starbuck's response to her puppy's death after she was offered a £250 voucher as compensation.