Concerns about the Mail Ballot Election at 4th and Diagonal

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.

NLRB Overland Park Ruling Ignores Election Misconduct

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.

NLRB Personnel Engaged in Union Election Misconduct

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.

Starbucks Sends Workers United Dates and Locations to Start Bargaining

Read more about our recent efforts to propose dates and locations for contract bargaining sessions at many of our union-represented stores.

Impact of Federal Labor Law on our Ability to Implement Improvements and Changes to Wages and Benefits

Read more about the different legal rules that apply when a union represents partners in a store, when union organizing is taking place in a store and when there is no union activity in a store.

Starbucks Urges Workers United to Begin Bargaining in 234 Stores

In September, Starbucks sent letters to more than 200 stores asking partners and the union to join us at the table to begin collective bargaining at each location with certified representation.

Unconditional Return to Work Accepted at 847 Commonwealth in Boston

Read more about our acceptance of an unconditional return to work for partners at our 847 Commonwealth store in Boston.

Returning to Standard Policies and Concluding COVID-19 Programs

Update on Our Continued Commitment to Clarity, Transparency and Progress in Collective Bargaining

Partner and Customer Experience Expectations, Correcting the Misinformation about Unlawful Activities