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Starbucks employees protest company’s decision to close outlets in Seattle

Starbucks employees protest company’s decision to close outlets in Seattle

Starbucks employees protest company’s decision to close outlets in Seattle

Starbucks employees protest company’s decision to close outlets in Seattle

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  • Employees gathered outside the Starbucks Roastery on Pike Street in Seattle.
  • They are protesting the company’s decision to close several Seattle stores.
  • Workers claim the company is trying to union bust them.
  • A Starbucks spokesperson says that is not the case.
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Starbucks several employees gathered outside the Starbucks Roastery on Pike Street in Seattle on Saturday, fighting the organization’s choice to close a few Seattle stores toward the month’s end.

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Those specialists say the organization is deliberately attempting to association bust.
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A Starbucks representative emphasized to KIRO 7 that that isn’t true, saying the organization is “centered around putting resources into safe store encounters and engaging our nearby chiefs to put security first.”

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The organization intends to shut down five Seattle areas toward the month’s end because of wellbeing concerns.

Be that as it may, a few representatives of those stores stress over what’s next for them — particularly those from the Olive Way area on Capitol Hill.

They stress over their medical advantages disappearing, especially those in the LGBTQIA+ people group.

KIRO 7 likewise talked with one barista from the roastery who says they have hip issues in view of the shift they work.

They likewise guarantee the organization has wouldn’t recognize that a few shops have unionized and believe they should decide regarding this situation once more, a cycle they say has been very baffling.

“It has been a very long time of delaying to and fro and presently they are in any event, declining to recognize the way that we have casted a ballot,” said Alexander Ray Webster.

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“There’s something wrong with that. We casted a ballot. We won the vote. We should begin bartering some time in the past and they are simply declining to recognize that.”

This isn’t the first dissent against the organization in quite a while. Laborers fought external the Olive Way area on Friday.

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