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Management And Training

Custodian receives award for mentoring students

February 19, 2010
OTTAWA COUNTY, MI — Head custodian Dough Veldhuis has received the Top Hat Award from the Ottawa County Mentoring Collaborative for his work with students in the Zeeland Public Schools district.
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SCA Tissue appoints new vice president of human resources

February 19, 2010
PHILADELPHIA — SCA Tissue North America has announced the promotion of James Carmichael as vice president of human resources.
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Subway stations often go without regular cleaning

February 18, 2010
NEW YORK — An increasingly tight budget has resulted in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) cutting workers and leaving cleaning shifts unfilled to avoid overtime pay.
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Janitors protest at state bankers' meeting

February 17, 2010
ST. PAUL, MN — Janitors from the SEIU Local 26 demonstrated at a meeting between bankers and politicians at the State Capitol.
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Cintas: Quarter earnings will be lower than expected

February 17, 2010
CINCINNATI, OH — Cintas Corp. has warned shareholders that earnings for its 2010 third and fourth quarters will be lower than analysts had anticipated.
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Disney workers' hunger strike enters second week

February 16, 2010
ANAHEIM, CA — Workers at the Disneyland resort plan to move their hunger strike — now in its second week — to the company''s headquarters.
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Laid-off housekeepers return to work

February 15, 2010
WOODS HOLE, MA — Laid-off housekeepers at Marine Biological Laboratory have reached an agreement that will keep the facility from outsourcing their jobs.
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Janitors stage work stoppage as contract tensions rise

February 12, 2010
OAKLAND, CA — Dozens of janitors at Northern California Safeway supermarkets stopped work Wednesday night.
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Ecolab fourth-quarter profits rise

February 12, 2010
ST. PAUL, MN — Ecolab reported its fourth-quarter profits have risen 45 percent compared to one year ago.
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Janitorial company pays hefty settlement for labor code dispute

February 11, 2010
SAN DIEGO — Tidy Building Services has agreed to pay the California labor commissioner''s office a large sum in a settlement.
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