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Six Workers Were Fired For Making This Sandwich Meme

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An appeals court has sided with a Jimmy John's franchise owner who fired six employees for making signs protesting the company's sick day policy. The meme explains how the Twin Cities-based Jimmy John's franchise owner did not offer paid sick days, and it implies that employees risk losing their jobs if they call in sick, despite the risk that poses to customers.

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Republicans Working Against Workers

Leo Gerard

Washington state gets paid family leave

Laura Clawson

Working People Need to Know If We Can Trust Donald Trump’s NLRB Nominees to Protect Our Freedoms

Kenneth Quinnell

Jimmy John’s Fired Workers for Making a ‘Disloyal’ Meme. A Court Just Ruled That’s Okay.

Bruce Vail

Get Back Your Right To Take Your Bank To Court

Isaiah J. Poole

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Osberg v. Foot Locker, Inc,

Affirming the district court's judgment that Foot Locker violated ERISA and ordering the reformation of their employee pension plan to conform with participants' reasonably mistaken expectations.

McKeen-Chaplin v. Provident Savings Bank FSB

Reversing the district court's grant of summary judgment to the defendant in an action under the Fair Labor Standards Act and holding that mortgage underwriters are entitled to overtime compensation for work in excess of 40 hours a week because the primary job duty did not relate to the employer bank's management or general business operations, so that the administrative employee exemption did not apply.

July 19, 2017

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