Category: SBWU

Unions That Pressure Companies They Are Targeting Through Shareholder Initiatives Face A Reckoning

Unions are using the S to essentially scare shareholders into believing that policy changes must happen to protect a company’s bottom line.

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What Do Employees Want Unions To Achieve On Their Behalf? It’s Complicated

The reasons that workers choose third-party representation are highly nuanced.

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Starbucks’ Tall Order Of Negotiating With 400+ Stores: Cunning Or Chaotic?

Last December, Starbucks requested to reopen negotiations with Workers United. This move arrived a full two years after the first Starbucks cafe unionized and over a year after contract negotiations stalled out.

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Trendspotting: Several Heaping Helpings Of NLRB Heavy Handedness

The NLRB seems bound and determined to side against retail and food service chains – if there is even an inkling of union involvement – regarding operational decisions.

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