Starbucks asks labor board to expand vote on union effort to all workers in Buffalo, New York

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After workers at three Starbucks stores in Buffalo, New York, petitioned for a vote on whether to unionize, the company has told the National Labor Relations Board that all 450 workers in the city should be allowed to vote, according to a memo Starbucks sent to its employees that was obtained by CNBC."We believe this will make this process fair and respectful for every partner in Buffalo. It will ensure that all of you are afforded the voting rights, and the voice that you deserve in this process," wrote Allyson Peck, Starbucks regional vice president, Northeast region, in the note to the Buffalo employees.The coffee chain is known for calling its employees "partners" and touting among the most progressive benefits in the fast food and restaurant space.Workers involved in the effort to unionize said working conditions worsened during the pandemic and they are looking for a more equitable partnership with the company.The letter to the Buffalo workers also said the company was t
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