Middle-class white ladies all over the metro are celebrating because a local guilty pleasure just got a bit more equitable . . .
Since the plague started, TKC mostly takes coffee at home and will only indulge "crafted" java from a gas station.
Nevertheless . . .
Here's a morning reminder about the worsening American class war . . .
"According to Mari Orrego with the Chicago & Midwest Regional Joint Board of Workers United, the locations at the Plaza and on 75th Street & I-35 in Overland Park will file their petitions to unionize after “an overwhelming majority of eligible employees” signed union authorization cards."
This tracks given that everybody who works are the other locations are CONSTANTLY in a bad mood even though this blogger NEVER makes baristas suffer through small talk.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Starbucks locations in the Kansas City Metro Area have filed petitions to form unions, following the national trend that began in December 2021.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Baristas at two Kansas City-area Starbucks locations announced plans to unionize Monday morning. The first is the Country Club Plaza location in Kansas City, Missouri. Starbucks Plaza employees sent a letter Monday to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson that listed several reasons for the decision.
Developing . . .