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.
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.
Universities have always been centers of union-busting. In the early 20th century, when a company looked for strikebreakers or militia to commit violence against workers, the university was a great.
There is no circle of Hell harsh enough for these assholes: A California restaurant had an individual impersonate a priest to encourage employees to confess their “sins” against their employer,.
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.
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..
We've talked about the Temple teaching assistant strike a bit already and it wasn't the best run thing in the history of the labor movement. OK, well, there's now a.
This story about the outrage of the National Restaurant Association and the unionbusters who service it over the workers who dare unionization and then everyone else who supports unions is.