Read more about our industry leading benefit offerings and why Starbucks earned the top-spot among restaurant and leisure companies on the 2023 JUST 100 rankings.
Starbucks invests in a nationwide labor relations team and a dynamic, new partner training initiative
Read more about our investment in a new labor relations team and watch a preview of our new "Partnership at Starbucks" training program launched to better equip U.S. retail leaders with an understanding of labor issues, NLRA requirements and the rights of our partners to engage in protected activities.
Starbucks pushes to move bargaining process forward while building on more than $1B in investments in the partner experience
An overview of our efforts to work side-by-side with partners to reinvent the future of Starbucks, our more than $1 billion in investments in the partner experience and our work to move the bargaining process forward.
Read more about return to work plans and our efforts to engage with New York Roastery partners and Workers United to support the continued well-being of our partners and customers.
Read more about our ongoing response to claims made by the union and our ongoing efforts to prioritize the health and well-being of our partners and customers at our New York Roastery.
Read more about our latest correspondence with Workers United President Lynne Fox on bargaining delays, unlawful broadcasts of bargaining sessions, lack of commitment to in-person bargaining and requests for a cookie-cutter national contract.
Read more about our efforts to hold all parties accountable to the collective bargaining process and our move to file unfair labor practice charges against Workers United for failing to bargain in good faith.
A recent NLRB complaint suggests that it is unlawful for Starbucks to make any changes or improvements to wages and benefits across our more than 9,000 U.S. company-operated stores because of union activity at approximately 300 stores. Read more about why we asked the NLRB to dismiss the complaint.
Read more and get the facts on collective bargaining, store representation and partner voice, our continued support of our partners' right to choose, benefit and wage investments and allegations of wrongdoing.
Starbucks recently filed additional information with the NLRB regarding concerns that some parties failed to adhere to the election agreement for our store at 4th and Diagonal in Seattle.
Read more about why we strongly disagree with and plan to appeal an administrative law judge's recent ruling on several issues focused on three stores in the Kansas City-area, including our Overland Park store.
Read the latest update, including plans for the NLRB Office of Inspector General to begin an audit to evaluate its compliance with mail ballot election procedures.