Janitors working for the city of Waco, Texas will keep their jobs despite the city outsourcing to a private organization.
The City Council approved a compromise plan in a 6-0 vote that will phase out city workers in favor of private contractors, but current city janitors will retain their positions at 16 buildings.
In late February, UBM Enterprise will start providing janitorial services at 14 buildings, covering about 400,000 square feet.
Eventually, the city plans to transition all janitorial services to the private firm. The move will save the city about $420,000 on its yearly $1 million cleaning bill.
Source: Axcess News
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