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“According to the Arkansas Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates9 collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 17,130 people employed under the occupational title Janitors and Cleaners,”
“Today's Wall Street Journal reports on the case in Dow Chemical Is Ordered to Pay In "Janitors" Case, by Robert Guy Matthews.”
“Janitors have been fired because they cannot read an after-hours note with special clean-up instructions.”
“Its feisty "Justice for Janitors" campaigns, in-your-face struggles against hospitals and nursing homes, organizing of immigrant workers, grassroots electoral outreach, and sophisticated media strategies led many to see SEIU as the model for labor union growth.”
“You see, I wrote an amazing book called The Dead Janitors Club a little while back; I know it was amazing because one reviewer called me "a real life character out of a Chuck Palahniuk novel" and another reviewer said I was "the new Mark Twain.”
“Well, it started out in the 1980s -- we would organize a building [where janitors worked] ... and find out that the management firm that owned the building was really owned by a pension fund, which was owned by an investment firm, which was ultimately owned by a bank," says Stephen Lerner, the brainchild of SEIU's Justice for Janitors campaign and now director of SEIU's Banking and Finance Campaign.”
“After The Janitors were finished cleaning up, the judges felt bad about sending home the boy who wanted to show off his PowerPoint presentation.”
“Probably the lamest act was a group of five boys who called themselves “The Janitors.””
“So you get these kinds of cases where you can have Janitors that donate $28K.”
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