A new immigration reform bill, poised to become law, would require millions of people to learn English in order to become permanent U.S. residents.
Manuela Parga, a custodian in the El Paso Independent School District for the past 26 years, is about to lose a special amenity she has had for the past 16 of those years as a head custodian.
Custodian William Spencer's truck at Faulkner Career Technical Center has been a workday constant for his fellow employees for nearly 39 years.
Janitors employed by the City of Cape Town say they have not been given the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) like masks and other clothing when they clean communal toilets.
A new study has shown that, despite warnings about the flu and other potentially deadly diseases, only one in 20 Americans properly wash their hands after using the restroom.
A black janitor who levied accusations of discrimination against his supervisors has settled the lawsuit for undisclosed terms.
A former Goldman Sachs janitor, who helped the company prepare for Hurricane Sandy, is claiming that a drunken supervisor tossed him out the safety of the building and into the aftermath of the storm.
A new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine demonstrates the effectiveness of using antimicrobial soap and ointment on all intensive-care unit (ICU) patients to reduce the burden of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
A Department of Labor settlement has awarded more than 70 janitors their jobs, lost wages and benefits.