Spot Coffee

Thomas O'Neil-White

Spot Coffee workers on Thursday announced an end to their months-long boycott and the beginning of negotiations between their union and popular coffee shop.

WNY Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO

As the Western New York community gathers to celebrate Labor Day, the head of the region's AFL-CIO council looks at progress on several fronts.

Mike Desmond / WBFO News

A vote Tuesday went overwhelmingly in favor for the unionization of Spot Coffee workers.

Mike Desmond / WBFO News

A hassle about firing employees of Spot Coffee trying to organize a union for the coffee shops is turning into a major stand for the local labor movement.

Nick Lippa / WBFO

SPoT Coffee is being accused of firing three of their employees who inquired about starting a union. Two weeks ago, Spot coffee workers in Rochester organized a union. After workers at Buffalo stores found out, they started taking steps to do the same thing. Protestors lined up outside of SPoT's Williamsville location Wednesday morning.