Starbucks Culture

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Starbucks employees are also faced with these kinds of ethical issues due to its lack of union benefits such as higher pay, full-time and salary options, and guaranteed hours. Like Global Communications, the unofficial Starbucks Union has made strides to overturn these inequitable issues through discussions and forums...
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Faced with the prospect of having its widespread union-busting campaign exposed in a public hearing, Starbucks agreed to remedy all of the myriad violations committed against workers who have organized a union" (IWW Starbucks Workers Union, 2006). In both situations, the Global Communications Union and the Starbucks Workers Union, have fought on behalf of the employees of these major corporations...
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