Starbucks workers vote to organize at Seattle store

A Starbucks Corp. store in Seattle voted Tuesday to organize, the first in the coffee chain’s hometown to seek representation from a growing union of chain baristas.

Chain workers at a single Seattle location voted 9-0 to be represented by the Starbucks Workers United union. Starbucks had asked the National Labor Relations Board to review the structure of that vote ahead of Tuesday’s count. The Federal Employment Agency rejected the appeal, as it has done with other requests for review by the company. Starbucks workers vote to organize at Seattle store

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