Starbucks Sees Pro-Union Bias at the NLRB

Are National Labor Relations Board officials working with unions to rig union elections? That is the allegation in a 16-page appeal to the board filed by Starbucks on Monday, which raises questions about the fairness of the Biden employment agency.

Few companies aspire to be more progressive than Starbucks, but the coffee chain has become a prime target for union organizers. That’s usually an issue Starbucks has to address with better pay and benefits. But the company’s complaint, which is supported by evidence from an unidentified NLRB careers worker, makes strong arguments for misconduct by unions and NLRB in a mail-in ballot at a store this spring in Overland Park, Kansas. Starbucks Sees Pro-Union Bias at the NLRB

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