“A lot of our patients walk out of there even more traumatized than before they got in there.”
A Starbucks in Memphis voted decisively for a union, even after seven of its organizers were fired.
The UFCW filed to represent workers at three Starbucks stores in Wisconsin. Not everyone is happy about that.
The coffee giant keeps taking Ls as workers around the country vote in favor of unionizing.
At least 18 pro-union employees have been fired since February, in what workers say is an attempt to stop an increasingly popular union campaign.
“If a union is certified, benefits and wages will essentially be frozen while the parties negotiate the contract,” the letter stated.
Captive audience meetings have become almost standard practice for companies facing union drives. NLRB’s top lawyer wants to ban them.
Schultz made his remarks on the very same day the company fired a union organizer at a store in Arizona.
The caffeine giant missed an important filing deadline by eight minutes because it didn’t understand how Outlook attachments work.
A company executive who used to work in the Donald Trump administration sent an email trying to discourage employees from unionizing.
"We are putting the company on our back 10 hours a day...They’re taking time away from our breaks. There is no voice here."
Front-line staff say their employer fired a worker who helped organize the union drive and encouraged them to vote “no” against unionization.