Starbucks union claims dozens of stores aren’t allowed to decorate for Pride
Starbucks Workers United said Tuesday that dozens of the coffee chain’s U.S. stores aren’t allowing employees to decorate for Pride month.
Starbucks said in a statement to CNBC that the company unwaveringly supports the LGBTQ+ community and hasn’t changed its policies for store decorations.
“There has been no change to any policy on this matter and we continue to encourage our store leaders to celebrate with their communities including for U.S. Pride month in June,” the company said.