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Do custodial workers get options on where they want to clean?

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Darin’s Answer

It all depends on the company you work for really. As someone who currently works (well currently furloughed and possibly facing a layoff but that's another topic of discussion) custodial for Disneyland as part of their 3rd shift graveyard crew I can put in a request to work certain land or area but job duties are distributed by the area leads and as you can expect being a theme park there are a lot of areas and job duties that need to be done, especially working to get the park ready for normal operations the next day
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Rube’s Answer

Custodial workers are usually hired and given a set area that they are required to clean. Typically, the area remains "their" area throughout the job until promotions or the decision to leave. If one wishes to clean a different area, it is up to one to negotiate or communicate with the hiring personnel. For example. Most high rises split the day shift personnel into sections by floor. The first person would get the first ten floors, the second person gets floors 11-20, and the third person gets floors 21-30. Most people do not mind switching assigned sections as long as it has been properly communicated.
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