Judge: Workers fired for sick-leave protest should get jobs, back pay

04/23/2012 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Six employees of Jimmy John's in Minnesota who were fired after protesting the company's sick-leave policy must be given back their jobs and should receive back pay, a federal administrative law judge has ruled. The company says it disagrees with the decision and is considering how to proceed.

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