Apr 30, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
An administrative law judge's decision that a Minneapolis restaurant owner violated labor laws by firing six workers who were trying to organize a union and negotiate a sick leave policy highlights a valuable lesson for employers.
Great, now some judge can tell private business owners who they must have work for them. These people lied about the business yet they must be re-hired and probably be given back pay.
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