Tag: Benefits

Responding to Workers United’s Pride Month smear campaign

Read more about the Unfair Labor Practice charges Starbucks filed against Workers United for making maliciously false statements about the gender-affirming care benefits we provide and our longstanding policy allowing Pride decorations in our stores.

Addressing misinformation: Access to gender-affirming care for all partners

Read more about our longstanding commitment to provide all partners enrolled in a Starbucks health plan access to gender-affirming care.

Building a different kind of company

Read more about how Starbucks has set itself apart as a different kind of company that puts its partners first, and hear directly from founder Howard Schultz as he prepares to appear before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.

Our long-standing efforts to put our partners first

Read more about our commitment to moving the good-faith bargaining process forward and why Starbucks continues to be the employer of choice for more than 235,000 U.S. partners.

The world's most admired for more than two decades

Read more about why Fortune and Newsweek both ranked Starbucks as a leading company for diversity, social responsibility, investment value and ability to attract talent.

Starbucks recognized by JUST 100 for industry leading partner benefits and workplace policies

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.

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 Shares Update on Partner Commitments

Letter to White House on Behalf of Starbucks Partners

Dear Mr. Ricchetti,  I am reaching out on behalf of Starbucks Coffee Company in response to the White House’s recent meeting with union organizations, which included Workers United, to discuss their efforts to unionize our company.