A group of Jimmy John's employees in Minneapolis is seeking to unionize, hoping to bring about changes in scheduling practices and fairer wages. The group, which calls itself the Jimmy John’s Workers Union, or JJWU, filed for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board this week, and is demanding that MikLin Enterprises, a nine-unit Jimmy John's franchisee, provide sick days, better scheduling and a “livable wage.” Union member Max Specktor, a ...
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