HR Boot Camp: Make Mine a Decaf: Lessons From Union Campaigns at Starbucks
thu15sep9:00 amthu10:30 amHR Boot Camp: Make Mine a Decaf: Lessons From Union Campaigns at Starbucks
In 2021-2022 Unions have filed hundreds of representation petitions at Starbucks and have won the majority of those elections. Many of the workers voting in these elections are younger workers.
In 2021-2022 Unions have filed hundreds of representation petitions at Starbucks and have won the majority of those elections. Many of the workers voting in these elections are younger workers. Construction employers should take note of this growing trend and review their employee relations strategies to consider the issues that have led Starbucks workers to seek union representation. This seminar will help employers identify areas they might consider focusing on and provide pointers how to legally prepare for such actions.
About the Human Resources Boot Camp Series
ABC of Wisconsin is pleased to offer a five-part boot camp series on human resources fundamentals through Zoom for our members this fall. The sessions, presented by ABC of Wisconsin member firms, will run weekly from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. beginning September 1, 2022. Attendees can register for any of the sessions for $50 each or all five for $200 using the form below. For details on all sessions and to register, visit HR Boot Camp Registration.
Speakers for this event
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Daniel D. Barker is a principal in the Madison office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Daniel represents employers in all labor and employment law matters. He has successfully defended clients in discrimination claims before courts and administrative agencies and works with employers to find creative and cost-effective solutions to their most difficult labor and employment-related legal challenges. His experience includes guiding employers through union-related challenges and all traditional labor matters, including strikes, collective bargaining, arbitrations, organizing campaigns, elections, and cases before the National Labor Relations Board.
Jackson Lewis P.C.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 10:30 am