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Union Workers Accuse Starbucks of Violating Federal Labor Law

Starbucks Workers United, the union representing Starbucks employees, filed a complaint Friday with the National Labor Relations Board against the coffee company for alleged violations at its location in Paso Robles, the union said in a news release.

The complaint alleges violations of federal labor law, accusing the managers at the coffee company’s Creston and Sherwood location of overtly discouraging union activity.

“Partners at the Paso Robles stores were subjected to mandatory captive-audience meetings and interrogations about their support for unionization in a blatant attempt to subvert the National Labor Relations Act and intimidate partners from collective bargaining,” the release said.

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