Starbucks unions: Workers win unfair labor practice dispute1 min read
Monday’s ruling follows an August 2022 hearing in which workers testified about what they called retaliatory and illegal conduct by company agents and managers.
DENVER — An administrative law judge sided with workers Monday at a Denver Starbucks and agreed that workers were retaliated against in various ways after a decision to unionize last year.
In her decision, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Amita Baman Tracy ordered Starbucks to reinstate one fired worker and to expunge warning letters from two employee records. The company was also ordered to pay back wages to the fired worker.
In addition, a copy of the violation must be posted at the store for at…
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