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December 09, 2022

On This Day in 2001
Ratification of a new labor agreement at Titan Tire of Natchez, Mississippi, ends the longest strike in the history of the U.S. tire industry, which began May 1, 1998, at the company's Des Moines, Iowa, plant.  ~DC Labor

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Starbucks Says It Wants Union Bargaining to Begin
Updated On: Sep 27, 2022
Sept. 27, 2022 | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | Starbucks said Monday that it wants to start contract negotiations next month at hundreds of U.S. stores that have voted to unionize. The Seattle coffee giant said it sent letters to 238 stores offering a three-week window in October to start negotiations. All of those stores have voted to unionize in elections that were certified by the NLRB. But Workers United, the union organizing Starbucks’ stores, expressed skepticism about the company’s request. Starbucks opposes the unionization of its 9,000 company-owned U.S. stores. Casey Moore, a labor organizer and union spokesperson, said the union’s focus right now is developing core proposals on both economic and non-economic issues to help guide bargaining at individual stores. A national bargaining committee — made up of representatives from unionized stores — has been meeting weekly to discuss those proposals. CNBC
 
 
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