Advertisement

University Custodians to Receive Pay During Shutdown

March 24, 2020

The University of Chicago has announced all services workers—including custodians, security, and foodservice workers—contracted by the school will continue to receive pay through the spring quarter.

The school’s facilities shut down early last week as part of a shelter-in-place order issued by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker. Casey Cook, University of Chicago’s associate vice president for human resources, stated that all noncontract, temporary, and seasonal staff employees, as well as unionized staff members, will receive additional paid time off for use in work disruptions. According to The Chicago Maroon, employees will be eligible for up to six weeks, based upon regularly scheduled hours, of additional paid time off that can be used for all reasons related to COVID-19 during the university’s spring quarter.

Tags

Latest Articles

smelly, odors, stinky garbage
April 8, 2020 Laura Haupert

How Do I Get Rid of That Smell?

April 8, 2020 Amy W. Richardson

Facility Services Now

April 7, 2020 Brant Insero

Are You Future-Ready?

Sponsored Articles

Dispensing Cleanliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic
March 19, 2020 Sponsored by Hydro Systems Co

Dispensing Cleanliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic

March 4, 2020 Sponsored by SoftBank Robotics

Whiz by SoftBank Robotics

March 4, 2020 Sponsored by ProTeam Inc.

FBG Service Corporation Measures Success with ProTeam®

Recent News

Less Than One Week to Register for Free Carpet Care Webinar
April 9, 2020 CMM Daily News

Less Than One Week to Register for Free Carpet Care Webinar

April 9, 2020 CMM Daily News

ISSA’s Update on the Effects of Coronavirus on the Cleaning Industry

April 9, 2020 CMM Daily News

COVID-19 Update: Workers Have a Right to Report Unsafe Working Conditions During a Pandemic