Starbucks workers plan strikes at more than 100 U.S. stores


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“If the company won’t bargain in good faith, why should we come to work where we are understaffed, underpaid and overworked?” Montana said.


If I were a fan of the evil empire then I would have much to think about next time whilst sipping on my double mocha latte crapuchino.

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Meanwhile in Japan, many young women in particular line up to become "baristas" at an average of 983 yen an hour with no benefits whatsoever.

Go figure.

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twitter,facebook,amazon now starbucks...all same reason and very similar situation of exploitation of bottom end paid workers.

capitalism at its best.profit and greed are gods.people are just numbers in some statistics.

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Good luck to them. I am lucky to be a member of a strong union and we have had to take action many times against unfair and exploitative labor practices. The work is hard and time-consuming sometimes and the journey fraught with risks but you have to keep fighting or these companies will only step on and discard you at will. I wish these union workers great success.

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Americans will have to make their own coffee? The horror, the horror.

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