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2 Feb 2022

Alina Selyukh, NPR

USA: Starbucks union push spreads to 54 stores in 19 states; co. declined to comment

"Starbucks union push spreads to 54 stores in 19 states," 31 Jan. 2022

... Employees at 54 stores in 19 states are pursuing union elections, according to organizers. Fifteen of those stores joined the union drive ... , petitioning the federal labor officials to set a vote. The filing coincides with the start of contract negotiations between Starbucks and unionized workers in Buffalo.

... At Starbucks, the pro-union workers have advocated for better staffing, training and pay, seeking a direct line to company management. Buffalo workers have joined Workers United, affiliated with the massive Service Employees International Union.

... A Starbucks representative declined to comment on [the] developments. In a December letter to staff, the company's North America president said "we do not want a union between us as partners" but added that the company would "bargain in good faith."