(Document) NLRB complaint on Jimmy John’s labor violations in Minneapolis

By Jon Collins
Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 12:48 pm

The following is a complaint from the National Labor Relations Board against Jimmy John’s shops in Minneapolis for illegally firing and threatening workers who supported a union.

The complaint was filed on Nov. 9, and will be followed by a hearing with an administrative judge if the company, MikLin Enterprises, doesn’t settle with the International Workers of the World.

For more background, see the entire story at the Minnesota Independent.

Jimmy John’s Complaint

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Comment posted November 10, 2011 @ 4:09 pm

Correction: The name of the union is the Industrial Workers of the World. International would be a bit redundant.

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