This one got past me right before I took off to do more important stuff . . . But it's worth considering for our late night visitors.
Check the aftermath of a coffee union fight in the post-COVID economy . . .
"A narrow win means that baristas at the 41st and Main Street café can now begin collective bargaining as part of Workers United."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
Starbucks workers at the 41st and Main Street cafe in Kansas City narrowly won their vote to unionize. After a three-month unionizing effort , baristas voted 5-4 on Wednesday to organize as members of the Chicago & Midwest Regional Joint Board of Workers United (CMRJB).
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Workers at the Starbucks store at 41st and Main Street in Kansas City, Missouri, voted Wednesday morning to unionize. The store is the second store in Missouri - both in the Kansas City area - to vote to join the Workers United/SEIU.
Staff at another metro Starbucks have voted to unionize. After three months of organizing, workers at Starbucks at 41st and Main streets have the voted to form a union as Workers United."I'm hoping that this union contract will make this job worth coming back to," said former barista Avis Sulzer.Sulzer was one of the supporters.
Developing . . .