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Janitors Not Paid in Full After Cleaning Concert Arena

Dozens of janitors hired by a contractor to clean a Detroit, MI, arena following a series of six Kid Rock concerts last month say they have not been paid in full.

The janitors were contracted by The Professional Group to clean the recently opened Little Caesars Arena, WJBK-TVreports. One of the hired women said she worked 30 hours cleaning the arena but was only paid for eight hours.

An official from The Professional Group says it hired 600 people for the job and admits 30 people had difficulty receiving payment. The officials say it will take a while to work out the kinks after taking on a large job like the arena.

Posted On September 29, 2017
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