Mike Mulligan, co-owner of MikLin Enterprises Inc., an 11-unit Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches franchisee in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area, occasionally speaks to other restaurant operators about his struggle to keep his small company from becoming unionized. MikLin has moved beyond its narrowly won victory against unionization and is thriving once again, he said. But if a union does come calling, Mulligan cautioned other restaurateurs, “It will be absolutely the most ...
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