Henry Morales, the lead custodian at IDEA Ingram Hills, is known for his pride in keeping his campus clean and keep students safe.
Workers rallied in Indianapolis for higher wages that would put janitors at equal pay as public employees. The hope is to work toward a living wage.
In a lawsuit against C&W Facilities, Boston janitor Arcadio Cruz says he was discriminated against because of his Roman Catholic Faith.
OSHA takes a look how to best prepare for restorations and repairs after a flood.
The U.S. Department of Labor is warning all workers participating in the clean-up of Hurricane Florence.
Female janitors working the night shift are taking self-defense classes to ensure their ongoing safety both on and off the job.
High School Custodian Carolyn Collins is representing excellence in the janitorial workforce by giving back to the students in the school she cleans.
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.