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NLRB’s Civility Policy Decision Stumps Starbucks

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NLRB’s decision on a civility policy enforced at Starbucks has concluded that the coffee chain was found to be in violation of labor laws. Time and again, we keep getting drawn into reports of Starbucks clashing with workers and creating a restrictive work environment, especially in association with unionization efforts at the company. The latest Starbucks civility rule controversy has been ongoing since September 2022, when the first case was filed after Starbucks fired an employee for “yelling” at work. Starbucks’ enforcement of its civility policy was found to be unlawful and in violation of the employee’s Section 7 rights. 

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