While most foodservice operators would argue that they are loyal to their employees, Mike Mulligan knows they are not immune to organizing efforts. Mulligan, co-owner of MikLin Enterprises Inc., an 11-unit Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches franchisee in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area, said his company pays fair wages, promotes from within, has a diverse workforce and is close to its employees. “But we didn’t see [the strike coming],” he said. The action to ...
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