Starbucks workers in the Baltimore area have joined another national strike as negotiations with the company have not begun and employees say union stores remain understaffed. After workers protested Friday morning, the North Charles Street location in Midtown-Belvedere neighborhood did not open and will not for the remainder of the weekend, according to employees. At 8:45 a.m. on Saturday, the store was closed. The outside windows were covered with signs in support of Starbucks Workers United, the labor group organizing the effort. One of them read, “On ULP Strike Fri-Sat-Sun. We open Monday.” The abbreviation stands for unfair labor practice.
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