The New York Times take a look at wage inequality by evaluating janitors at two top companies: one who worked in the 1980s and one who is working now.
One woman gives a look inside cases regarding fair wages in the janitorial industry.
Five Baton Rouge companies are suing the Philadelphia based Aramark, according to the Advocate. The companies are claiming the corporation used them to help retain a lucrative contract with the East Baton Rouge Parish school system.
OSHA outlines how to keep workers safe before, during and after Hurricane Florence.
Small businesses are on the rise. Forbes takes a look at what future small business owners should keep in mind.
As we approach Labor Day, experts take a look at how industries benefit from unions.
As Raleigh-Durham International Airport’s business increases, so does its need for janitorial staff members.
Hakeem Abdulwahab took the skills he learned as a janitor and applied them to pursuing his dream job in nursing.
A school janitor amassed a life savings of $175,000 through years of hard work and has willled it all to support victims of child abuse.
Janitors who clean downtown Detroit’s most prominent buildings won an increase to $15 per hour wage over the course of the next three years.