NEW: Starbucks has temporarily closed two of its Buffalo, NY stores that are unionizing. Company says closures have nothing to do with @SBWorkersUnited union drive. But shutting down locations is standard disruptive anti union practice. vice.com/en/article/akg5ja/s…

1:38 PM · Oct 13, 2021

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Starbucks' other latest union-busting tactics have included: weekly mandatory anti-union meetings and the constant surveillance of execs & regional managers in stores vice.com/en/article/akg5ja/s…
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open independent coffeeshops with better coffee there. would be the apropriate answer. 🤷🏽‍♀️
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Except everywhere you'd try to do that there's a Tim Horton's already there. How's that free enterprise working out for everyone?
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Closed because someone did a terrible job sweeping the already clean floors?
Why is the President of Starbucks North America, Rossann Williams, sweeping our floors in Buffalo? Our floors are fine -- clean up your anti-union campaign.
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Boycotting Starbucks in solidarity.
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Starbucks sucks, anyway. Their coffee has always tasted burnt to me. The only exception being the pre-made drinks you can get at the store, but those are mainly just sugar.
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Wouldn't it be amazing if @Indiawaltonbflo were the mayor, she'd definitely call them out
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reading this as every NY starbucks needs to unionise, force the company to decide which is worse - workers rights or not making money in the entire state
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I'm sure they'd sacrifice the later if it ment preventing the former. For the spychopath, the joy isn't just in the wealth they accumulate, but also in the harm they cause others.
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