By CAROLYN THOMPSON
BUFFALO, NY (AP) — Unions fighting to represent Starbucks employees are protesting the election results at two stores in the Buffalo area. The union said the coffee retailer had launched a “shock and horror” campaign to discourage workers from voting to form a union. The statements made in protest were filed with the National Labor Relations Board late on Thursday. Starbucks did not respond to a request for comment. Employees at Buffalo Starbucks voted in favor of the union last week, becoming the first in the US to do so. But United Workers said the company’s intimidation tactics have affected other outlets where votes were unsuccessful or were not immediately identified. The NLRB will decide whether to schedule a new election.
https://kesq.com/news/2021/12/17/union-objects-to-results-of-two-starbucks-unionization-votes/ Coalition opposes the results of two Starbucks union votes