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This is a good sign if it happens. Federal labor regulators accused Starbucks on Wednesday of illegally closing 23 stores to suppress organizing activity and sought to force the company to reopen them. A complaint issued by a regional office of the National Labor Relations...
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Starbucks employee Tim Swicord and Gailyn Berg pose for a portrait outside of a Starbucks in Springfield, Va on April 13, 2022. (Michael A. McCoy for NPR) Starbucks, working with the lovely people at the National Right to Work Committee, is presently figuring out ways...
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Starbucks' complete indifference to following American labor law is pretty telling. In a complaint issued on 25 April, NLRB prosecutors alleged that Starbucks illegally refused and failed to bargain at 144 unionized stores. The board also requested a court injunction for immediate reinstatement of a...
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Old School Unionbusting

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On March 13, 2023
As Stephen Greenhouse argues in The Guardian, the iconic companies of the new economy are kicking it real old school when it comes to unionbusting. US corporations have mounted a fierce counterattack against the union drives at Starbucks, Amazon and other companies, and in response,...

Starbucks Anti-Unionism

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On September 19, 2022

Starbucks is really pushing the bounds of legality, one assumes believing the right-wing courts will back them up, in its union busting campaigns. Starbucks introduced new financial-focused employee benefits on.

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