Tag: NLRB Ruling

Joint Statement from Starbucks and Workers United on The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling 

Read more about our efforts to create a fair and consistent standard for evaluating NLRB injunction requests across all U.S. federal courts.

NLRB Withdraws Its Request for Injunction Involving our Heritage Market Stores

Read more about the NLRB's recent withdrawal of its injunction involving the our Heritage Market district in Seattle.

Fact check: Union's latest claims distort the process and our efforts 

Read more about recent claims made by Workers United and get the facts related to the review process for unfair labor practice charges and the Company's continued attempts to progress negotiations towards first contracts for union-represented stores.

Addressing a NLRB Complaint involving store closures in 2022

Read more about our position regarding a Consolidated Complaint issued by the NLRB and our decision to close 23 stores across the U.S. in 2022.

Starbucks appeals NLRB ALJ findings about our ability to improve pay and benefits

Read more about steps taken to appeal a recommended decision and order issued by an Administrative Law Judge regarding the implementation of wage and benefits improvements at U.S. stores.

Creating the future of Starbucks, together

Read more about our rich history of listening to and learning from partners, and recent findings that our 2022 collaboration sessions were both rooted in past practice a did not violate labor law in any way.

NLRB Inspector General finds gross mismanagement in Overland Park election

Read more about a newly published report from the NLRB Inspector General, which finds NLRB officials grossly mismanaged the union representation election for our Overland Park store.

Responding to a recent ALJ decision involving several Buffalo-area stores

Read more about our position on the recent decision from an Administrative Law Judge involving several Buffalo-are stores, including our intention to seek a full legal review of the matter.

Court rejects NLRB request for nationwide cease-and-desist order

Read more about today's Federal Court order rejecting the NLRB's highly publicized request for a nationwide cease-and-desist order.

Starbucks Asks NLRB to Dismiss Complaint

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.

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.