Labor Day is one of the least recognized, forgotten about, and overlooked holidays of the year. It is a holiday we seem to appreciate only after noticing it offers us a three-day weekend come September. Labor Day acknowledges the economic and social contributions of workers, hard workers like our customers or employees. Over time, Labor Day has grown into a low-profile day off for most American workers — one last picnic with friends or a day browsing at a shopping center.
At Madison Window Cleaning, we know a thing or two about labor, as we see the results of it every day in our gleaming windows. No two days are the same for our employees, and they are always on the move. Our window washers not only meet the demands of this physically demanding role, but they also utilize critical life skills and troubleshoot along the way.
We ask you to reflect on the collective and profitable achievements of American workers, reflecting on the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.