The National Labor Relations Board has approved a settlement between a Minneapolis area Jimmy John’s franchisee and the Jimmy John’s Workers Union that sets the stage for another unionization vote. The settlement nullifies an earlier vote held Oct. 22, which came out 87-85 against making franchisee MikLin Enterprises’ 10 Jimmy John’s restaurants a unionized operation, and allows a second vote to be held after a 60-day waiting period. During that time, MikLin must ...

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