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Starbucks Workers Are Organizing — and Management Is Worried

Faith Bennett Jacobin
Starbucks portrays itself as a “community of partners,” not an average workplace. But now that workers are organizing a union drive in Buffalo, that warm and fuzzy rhetoric has vanished, replaced by coercion and union-busting.

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Starbucks the Benevolent?

AMANDA RIPLEY The Atlantic
What would compel a massive company to start helping its employees pay rent and attend college?

Working Anything but 9 to 5

Jodi Kantor The New York Times
Scheduling Technology Leaves Low-Income Parents With Hours of Chaos.
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