For Rape on the Night Shift, we spent more than a year and a half talking to janitors who said they were assaulted while cleaning hotels, shopping malls and even the San Francisco Ferry Building. These women largely have been invisible to the government agencies in charge of keeping workers safe on the job.
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What’s the government doing to stop the abuse of janitors?
By Reveal staff Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting June 23, 2015
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