US, Starbucks Forced to Reinstate Workers Fired for Union Support

US, Starbucks Forced to Reinstate Workers Fired for Union Support

Starbucks will have to readjust seven employees one of the stores of the well-known American coffee shop chain in Memphis, Tennessee. the district judge, Sheryl Lipman, ordered the chain to reinstate the seven workers who were fired earlier this year for supporting a union campaign. According to local media reports, the trial acknowledged that the U.S. National Labor Relations Boardan independent US federal agency responsible for ensuring labor law compliance provided sufficient evidence that the layoffs were motivated anti-union sentiment. And so he accepted the decree pending the completion of an administrative procedure. For its part, the company said it intends to appeal the verdict, saying the workers were fired for violating the company’s safety policies and that it followed the procedure of union organization.

with almost 34 thousand Points of sale in 78 countries around the world, including 12,000 in the United States alone memphis is one of 220 Starbucks stores that have unionized in the United States in the last year. The first shop to be seen was that of buffaloafter years of struggles by its workers.


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