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30 Nov 2022

Bob D'Angelo, Cox Media Group

USA: Labour board rules Starbucks violated labour law, must negotiate with union representatives; incl. co. comment

"NLRB says Starbucks violated labor law, must negotiate with union at Seattle store," 30 Nov. 2022

Starbucks violated labor laws by refusing to recognize unionizers at a Seattle store and must negotiate with the representatives, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled ... .

... The Seattle store joined more than 250 Starbucks locations that have unionized over the past few years, The Hill reported.

... In a statement, Starbucks said it plans to appeal the ruling, Bloomberg reported. “We are challenging certification of the Seattle Roastery election and plan to appeal today’s decision,” a company spokesperson said in an email to the business news outlet.

... In an emailed statement, Workers United told Bloomberg that Starbucks “is continuing its aggressive anti-union campaign against workers by delaying, confusing, and flat-out refusing to bargain with them.”