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Judge: Starbucks violated federal labor law by withholding pay hikes from unionized workers

  • A National Labor Relations Board judge found that Starbucks violated federal labor law by offering increased wages and benefits only to non-union employees, further exacerbating union efforts to form in its coffee shops.
  • Starbucks plans to appeal the decision and believes that the recommended remedies are inappropriate given the record of the case. The judge recommends that Starbucks provide the benefits and higher pay to excluded employees and post a notice in its cafes acknowledging the violation of federal labor law.
  • The union representing Starbucks workers sees the decision as a significant victory, demonstrating that Starbucks' anti-union campaign was coordinated from the top.
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