Cleaning companies have long been accused of being exploitative and exploitative businesses are taking their customers for a ride.
However, it’s not clear if the allegations against cleaning companies are based on actual crimes, or if they are just the result of a desire to make money.
What is clear is that cleaning companies, including the ones that operate in the United States, have a problem with workers, according to an investigation by the New York Times.
The investigation found that cleaning jobs in the U.S. are a “dangerous, exploitative job,” according to the report.
Many cleaning companies pay less than the minimum wage and workers often work more than 40 hours a week, and are forced to work for much shorter shifts, which can lead to physical and emotional injuries, according the Times.
In New York, cleaners earn less than $5 an hour.
It is unclear how many workers are affected by the problem.
The Times said that workers in cleaning jobs were paid $2.85 per hour, but the minimum salary in New York is $10.85 an hour, meaning a cleaning job could cost more than $10 an hour in New Jersey.
The report also said that cleaning services were often unsafe, with some cleaners saying they were abused, and some being paid for “no work” shifts that required them to perform repetitive tasks such as washing floors, or putting in the garbage.
Many of the cleaners in the report were women, and the report also found that the women who were treated as victims were not the ones who had the most issues with the cleaning industry.
“The industry has a problem of not treating its workers well,” said Michael DeCamp, a former employee at the cleaning company who is now an independent investigator.
“I was abused for the first time when I was 18 years old and I was working as a cleaner at a company for five years and it’s like, ‘Oh, I’m not going to do it anymore, I don’t have that kind of confidence in myself.'”
DeCamp said that he had to work 40 hours of overtime for a cleaning company.
“That’s the most miserable part of it.
You’re not working, and it makes you feel like you’re being exploited.”
The company did not respond to a request for comment.
A number of the cleaning jobs performed by cleaners are located in remote areas, where the jobs are dangerous, dangerous work.
Some workers were injured in the past when cleaning machines struck objects or workers had to use medical care, according a Times report.
The cleaning companies have also been accused by workers of failing to pay overtime.
The New York State Labor Commissioner’s Office said that the cleaning companies that operate the majority of cleaning services in New Mexico are responsible for failing to provide overtime to employees.
In a statement to ABC News, a spokesman for the New Mexico Department of Labor said that “these employers must provide overtime pay for their workers and provide reasonable training for cleaning staff and other cleaning professionals to ensure safe and effective work practices.”
The spokesperson said that if an employee is injured or sick during cleaning, they are entitled to medical treatment and paid leave of absence.
In many cases, cleaning companies refuse to pay sick leave to employees and instead send workers home to rest and recover.
DeCamp told ABC News that when cleaning companies make a profit, they do not offer workers any health insurance and pay for sick leave out of pocket.
“They’re making money off people,” DeCamp added.
“These people are in danger, they’re vulnerable and they need help.”
He said that when he left the company, he was paid $1.75 per hour and was told that his hours would increase to $2 per hour once he got a new job.
“You don’t give a damn,” he said.
“If you’re working for a company, you’re in a dangerous job, but they don’t care.”
Cleaning workers who are injured in cleaning can also claim compensation for their injuries from the cleaning services, according an investigation in the New Yorker.
A recent article in the paper reported that cleaning workers were routinely beaten by cleaning companies in New England and Massachusetts, where cleaning jobs are more lucrative.
“This is a problem that has been going on for decades,” said DeCamp.
“There’s a reason that people don’t report it because the industry knows that they’re going to get beat.”
In a recent report, the Department of Justice found that companies in both New England as well as Massachusetts were responsible for hiring workers in abusive and unsafe cleaning positions.
De Camp said that in his experience, cleaners in Massachusetts had to sleep in the dirt or in the snow for weeks at a time to get paid for their work.
“We all know that the people in the industry know that they are going to be exploited,” De Camp added.
Workers also said cleaning companies did not offer them health insurance, and many workers said they were forced to take on unsafe jobs, like working in the basement or in cold weather.
Decamp told ABC New York that many cleaning workers in New