The Starbucks union campaign has stalled out in the face of openly illegal behavior by the company. So it's really hard to keep it going. But there were strike actions.
In the end, Starbucks has more or less been able to tell the National Labor Relations Board to go fuck itself and there's not much the Board can do about.
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) Last month was.
This story of a Starbucks union activist fired for her activity is pretty touching just in terms of how hard it is to go through this. But the real takeaway.
Good piece from Sharon Block on her testimony before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee that rebutted Howard Schultz's lies and bullshit about his unionbusting at Starbucks. Mr..
Howard Schultz returned to run Starbucks for the sole reason to stopping his company from unionizing. He was moderately successful here, but at a huge cost to his reputation. So.
The Starbucks union campaign has slowed down in the face of the company's massive labor law violations. But it's far from over. Take what is happening in Columbus. Tucked around.
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.