With the demand for professional cleaning on the rise, some janitorial companies say that their busiest time is March and April, according to the Baltimore Sun.
OSHA Releases Guidelines on How to Prepare For and Clean Up After Emergencies
Ensuring employers and workers are aware of the risks, have the necessary equipment and are knowledgeable about the situation is one way to ensure your cleaning company is prepared for dealing with the aftermath of natural disasters and other emergencies.
California Law Targets Improving Working Conditions for Janitors
In an effort to combat the ongoing problem of harassment and wage theft in the cleaning industry, a new California law, the Property Service Workers Protection Act, is cracking down on sexual harassment and requiring employers to keep wage records for three years.
Family-run Falls Facility Services in Birmingham Discuss How They Have Continued to Succeed Despite Challenges
Falls Facility Services, a commercial cleaning and facility management company, talks about their clients, their employees and how they manage the ever-changing tide of the commercial cleaning industry.
Indiana-based Cleaning Company Settles on Federal Sex Discrimination Suit
One janitor has received a $12,500 settlement after a suit claiming that an attempt to replace him for taking longer to clean the women’s restrooms was discriminatory based on sex, as he would pause cleaning to leave the restroom when a woman entered and resume once she left.
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