Mike Mulligan, a 10-unit Jimmy John’s franchisee in Minneapolis, said the leaders behind a pro-union group of employees want to make an example of his company as part of their plans for a wider unionization movement of the restaurant industry. Mulligan, who co-owns MikLin Enterprises with his wife and son, said business so far has been largely unaffected despite stepped-up actions by the Jimmy John’s Workers Union, a group of employees aligned with the Industrial Workers of ...

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