The National Labor Relations Board ruled that MikLin Enterprises Inc., a 10-unit Jimmy John’s franchisee in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, committed unfair labor practices against members of the Jimmy John’s Workers Union, an organization comprising several of its employees. The Jimmy John’s union is supported by the Industrial Workers of the World, or IWW. Administrative law judge Arthur Amchan ruled Friday that MikLin violated the National Labor Relations Act by ...
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