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Nov 20, 2020
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Starbucks is raising the pay for the workers at its many cafes in the U.S., the company confirmed Thursday, following media reports after an intra-company memo was obtained and disseminated.

In-store employees hired on or before Sept. 14 will receive a raise of at least 10%, which is to be enacted by Dec. 14. This will apply to all baristas, cafe attendants, and supervisors working in U.S. Starbucks cafes. The minimum rate goes up slightly to 11% for the company's "partners" – Starbucks' term for workers with at least three years of continued service.

Current starting pay will be increased by 5%. The company is also pledging to lift the premium it pays above minimum wage in each state.

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