More than a thousand Starbucks employees went on strike on Thursday on what is one of the company's busiest days.

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Individuals from the Starbucks Laborers Association are picketing outside in excess of 100 stores the nation over on what they say is the gathering's biggest single-day strike. 

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The walkout falls on what's known as Red Cup Day, when the espresso monster distributes restricted release occasion reusable cups

 They're viewed as gatherer's things and clients line up first thing in the morning to get their hands on an enlivened cup

It's one of the espresso goliath's most beneficial days on the schedule.

In any case, baristas, for example, Josie Serrano say it's meaningful of one of the association's major demands: a call for better staffing

"It's really one of those days that a great deal of ... baristas attempt to ... request off in light of the fact that it's in every case generally an extremely crazy day," said Serrano

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The walkout is intended to get Starbucks to bargain with workers in good faith as the two sides try to hammer out new contracts, Serrano says.

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"Nothing could be further from the truth," Jones told NPR, adding that the company has provided Starbucks Workers United with ample notice of bargaining session letters.

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Currently, there are about 60 new bargaining sessions coming up before mid-December.

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