Employers are warned to keep a close eye on how they follow the U.S. Department of Labor's rules for timekeeping.
A Texas union remains embroiled in legal battles with janitorial company.
Knowing the difference between who classifies as an employee and who classifies as an independent contractor could save you from violating the law.
Wearable technology may be starting to find its place in the BSC industry.
A new ruling has dramatically lowers the amount of beryllium, a chemical linked to lung disease, in the workplace.
Custodial staff at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum are helping the stadium reach its goal of recycling, repurposing or composting almost all of its waste.
Three hundred trash liners, 120 rolls of toilet paper and 72,000 feet of paper towel are just some of the materials that go into cleaning an arena holding over 18,000 people during an average event.
According to a report in the Seattle Times, 2017 job growth for the landscaping and janitorial services is expected to grow.
Professional Janitorial Service successfully sued the Service Employees International Union in Texas last month.
A startup company that offers on-demand cleaning and maintenance services, Managed by Q, brought in the new year with a new deal that illustartes some of the growing possibilities for BSCs.