"We encourage Howard Schultz to put union-busting behind him and embrace Starbucks’ unionized future.”
Starbucks fired almost every member of the committee fighting to unionize a Memphis store, citing “safety and security violations.” The workers call it retaliation.
Starbucks isn't going to be able to focus on stopping dozens of stores from unionizing at once.
“We get the best experience of anyone in the country. But we’re still saying this is not enough for us to be successful.”
“We are on strike until we believe it is safe to return to work."
A Starbucks in Buffalo is the coffee giant's first corporate-owned store in the U.S. to officially unionize.
Starbucks sent a blatantly anti-union email to workers eligible to vote in a union election that begins on November 10.
"It’s disruption. No one is against the company remodeling their stores. But why now?"
Starbucks executives have swarmed Buffalo, New York stores, pulling aside workers to chat one-on-one during their breaks, at peak hours, and at night.