Yep, they got fired. "We have zero tolerance for racism or discrimination in any form," the sandwich chain said.
Jimmy John's, Arby's, Cinnabon, Auntie Anne's, McDonald's, Buffalo Wild Wings and Carl's Jr. have agreed to drop their controversial "no poach" provisions.
He said he wasn't scared and the robbery felt like "amateur hour."
As Homer Simpson might say, "D'oh!"
Go ahead, make sandwiches wherever you want in the Empire State.
The long wait shows just how weak our labor laws are.
The chain has scrapped the tightest restrictions in its manual. That'll make it easier to work there.
The deal will value the company around $2 billion, people who have seen the deal documents say.
"I would really like to hear the argument against this," Franken said. "I don’t think this is really that hard a lift." Murphy
Pants must be plain blue jeans or "medium tan" khakis. No "excessive stitching" allowed, though the term "excessive" is not