NLRB judge slams Starbucks labour violations as Sanders readies subpoena vote
International coffee chain Starbucks came under further judicial, employee, and political pressure this week to end its alleged union-busting tactics in the US.
On Wednesday, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Judge Michael A Rosas found that the company had committed “egregious and widespread misconduct” when attempting to stop a union-organising campaign in stores across Buffalo, New York.
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