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Warwick Starbucks workers deciding whether to unionize

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Warwick Starbucks is the first store in Rhode Island to petition for unionization. More than 50 Starbucks locations nationwide have voted to unionize this year. The union has won 85% of the elections so far, barista Cassie Burke says. Starbucks says it respects workers' right to organize and will bargain with them.
1 month ago·Warwick, United States

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Warwick Starbucks workers deciding whether to unionize

WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) — "Grind coffee, not workers."That's the message baristas and advocates tried to get across Friday as the first Rhode Island Starbucks pushes to unionize its employees.More than 50 Starbucks locations nationwide have voted to unionize this year, according to barista Cassie Burke. The union has won 85% of the elections so far, and Burke said there are votes scheduled for more than 100 stores across 30 states.The Warwick locat…

1 month ago·East Providence, United States
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