WSJ News Exclusive | Starbucks Reduces Worker Hours to Reflect Pared-Back Operations

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Starbucks is encouraging workers to take unpaid leave until September because it has decided to keep the dining rooms at most of its thousands of U.S. cafes closed for now

Starbucks Corp. said it would further limit employee hours to match pared-back operations at its U.S. stores, reflecting expectations that sales won’t bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic until at least this fall.

The world’s largest coffee company said it is encouraging workers to take unpaid leave until September because it has decided to keep the dining rooms at most of its thousands of U.S. cafes closed for now. The latest reduction comes after the chain in May reopened stores with reduced operations and had to trim...


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We can get unemployment friends.

Starbucks is part of ANTIFA and BLM. No one cares about their snowflake employees.

Get ready for more of these announcements as reality of situation settles in. Govt is artifically carrying economy right now. Ice berg straight ahead and as a society we deserve to hit it head on and sink.

Starbucks why? Is there a pandemic going on?

The market is about trends - not daily headlines...

America as we have not seen it before, the Trump version

Bullish AF

Unpaid Lay them off sobthey can get unemployment you cheap B a ......rds

Just like the airline letting people go while the Big Boys rest on millions and forget about there employees

Yeah and they are so well paid they must have enough savings to survive 3 months ☹️

Capitalism at its finest. Let's save Starbucks operational cost at the expense of their workers surviving.

So I won’t be able to have a conversation about race with my barista. Or can we do it at the window?

Why unpaid? Every other country has paid sick leave. What's our problem?

How on earth do they 'encourage' employees to take unpaid leave.

What's the trade off.... will you be giving sticks to those who choose this option?

Just as soon as HowardSchultz does

*unpaid leave* while the CEO of starbucks is worth $43 million.

This was a business killing economy crushing plan on the left .

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