Tag: NLRB Ruling

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.

Get the Facts: Truth About NLRB Rulings

Anyone can file Unfair Labor Practice Charges (ULPs) with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).  Once a charge is filed, the NLRB has the responsibility to investigate and review the allegation and decide if it has sufficient merit to proceed.

It’s important to note that when the NLRB decides that a ULP has merit it is simply saying the process and investigation should continue. Deciding that a ULP has merit is not an endorsement of the charge or a finding of any wrongdoing.