By Joanna Slater and Greg Jaffe
Source: The Washington Post
Starbucks workers in Buffalo won a pathbreaking bid to form a union after votes were counted Thursday, part of a wave of labor activism sweeping the country in the midst of the pandemic.
The cafe in Elmwood Village will become the only unionized location among the coffee giant’s 9,000 corporate-owned stores in the United States.
Baristas at the store voted 19 to 8 to unionize despite months of opposition from the Seattle-based company. Senior executives and teams of managers spent weeks in Buffalo and held repeated meetings urging workers to reject the step.
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