Starbucks praised a federal judge's decision on Thursday not to bring back three former employees
On Wednesday, Judge John Tuchi of a U.S. district court in Phoenix ruled that the National Labor Relations Board's
Tyler Gillette, Laila Dalton, and Alyssa Sanchez, who all used to work at Starbucks in Phoenix, were at the centre of the lawsuit
"For these reasons, the Regional Director's unfair labour practise claim against Starbucks lacks evidence.
A Starbucks spokesperson told The Hill on Thursday that the company was happy with the court's decision
In the last few months, workers at several Starbucks stores in the U.S. have formed unions
Workers United, the union that represents Starbucks employees, said the verdict doesn't affect them and they would continue their march
"This isn't the end of our movement; it's just the beginning. We let Starbucks know that we will stand up for our employees.
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