Starbucks workers in Buffalo land union vote
Starbucks workers from three stores in Buffalo, New York, landed a major victory this past week.
The National Labor Relations Board has allowed the stores to cast their vote for a union, striking down the company’s desire for a single vote from the 20 stores in the area. Should the votes turn in favor of a union, it would be Starbucks’ first union in the country.
Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley talks with Matthew Bodie, professor of law at Saint Louis University.
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