Posts Tagged ‘Building Workers’

Janitor Acts as a Mentor and Guide to Young Workers

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Knox teaches philosophy of stay positive and getting the job done By Max Sarinsky Daniel Knox has many responsibilities as handyman of a Brooklyn public school building, from maintaining the premises to cleaning up spills and vomit. But he takes the most pride in one unofficial job duty: mentor. According to David Pankey, a janitor [&hellip
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Doorman Untangles Tenants’ Knots and Can Tie Them, Too

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Tales of drunken aides, illicit affairs and Windsor knot lessons By Lydie Raschka Carlos Cruz doesn’t go anywhere, but he doesn’t need to—the world passes through his doorway. Tenants in the 455-unit buildingat 61-15 97th St. Rego Park where he works as a doorman come from Africa, Argentina, India, Pakistan, Russia, Israel and other far-flung [&hellip
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Young Immigrant Finds ‘Family’ Love at Work

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Dziubek carves out niche at NYU and in union By Gavin Aronsen Anna Dziubek’s weekdays begin at 7 a.m. at 721 Broadway, where she cleans New York University’s offices. It’s a straightforward job with a standard routine—she attends to dirty floors, hallways, classrooms and bathrooms and checks them again in the afternoon before her shift ends—but [&hellip
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