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Management And Training

Jail plagued by lawsuit thoroughly cleaned before federal visit

BUFFALO, NY — County employees have been working overtime to clean, paint and repair the Erie County Holding Center a week before a visit from the federal Justice Department to investigate whether the jail failed to protect the health of inmates.
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O'Dell Corporation names eastern region sales manager

WARE SHOALS, SC — The O''Dell Corporation has promoted Jerry Goldman to the position of eastern region sales manager.
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Hotel workers weigh strike, boycott after salary cuts

PROVIDENCE, RI — Hotel workers at the Westin Providence are planning to decide Thursday whether to strike or call for a boycott after deep salary and health care cuts.
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More Floods Inc. congratulates new graduates

LENEXA, KS — More Floods Inc. has announced the following employees and their member companies that completed training in March 2010.
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Powr-Flite hires marketing director

FORT WORTH, TX — Manufacturer and distributor of commercial floor care equipment Powr-Flite has announced the hiring of Gary Pelphrey as marketing director.
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Economy shifts property manager role to tenant retention, cost-cutting

PHILADELPHIA — Due to a decline in commercial and residential rental tenants as result of the poor economy, property managers are using a variety of tactics to retain current tenants while reducing operation costs.
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Special education students find success with building maintenance program

SAN ANGELO, TX — Special education students are developing valuable job skills through the building maintenance technologies program.
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Officials investigate $1,000 doorbell, other expenses

OTTAWA — Canadian officials are preparing for an independent audit of a maintenance contract after it was revealed the government paid unusually high amounts for services.
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Maintenance chief used school equipment for private business

MONROE, LA — Energy and Maintenance Manager Kirk Clark has been suspended for 10 days and ordered to repay the Monroe City Schools district $2,000 for allegedly using school equipment for his private janitorial business.
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DFM is first minority-owned, CIMS-certified facility service provider in Michigan

DETROIT — Facility services provider Devon Facility Management (DFM) announced that they have become the first minority-owned business in the state of Michigan to achieve ISSA''s Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS) certification.
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