Rosie D. Lyles, MD, head of clinical affairs for Clorox, writes about the risk of so-called “superbugs” – organisms that are resistant to drug treatment, and says that “there is a growing body of research that shows that many of these microbes are commonly found in public restrooms.”
Factories, generating plants, and other industrial locations are among the most challenging job sites to clean. In addition to getting incredibly dirty, they often present safety hazards – given the machines and chemicals involved – and, unlike other kinds of businesses, many industrial facilities operate around the clock.
We are happy to announce that Johnston has again been voted to the Best Companies to work for in New York State list; and furthermore, we are beyond grateful to say that we were voted #13 in the “Small/Medium Employer” Category for 2017.
On Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017, Genesee Elementary School of Auburn, NY hosted their first Career and College Day, and Johnston was among the lucky group of native businesses and business people that were invited to participate.
Johnston Sponsors The First Tee of Syracuse Golf Complex at Butternut Creek. Johnston took this opportunity to pay tribute to Kris May, the late and loved co-owner of Johnston Paper.
Isabelle Wellauer is a wife, a mother to 3, a licensed massage therapist, a holistic nutrition coach and a yoga instructor of 23 years.
Earlier this month, Johnston partnered with the American Red Cross to coordinate an opportunity of a lifetime- 30 to be exact, by dedicating a day at Johnston in which employees were able to donate blood on site.
At Johnston, we believe in supporting your local schools and that preparing students for school can lead to better outcomes in the classroom. Teachers often use personal funds to supplement their classroom budgets and ensure their students are prepared for class.
Johnston is proud to announce the launch of a new website at www.johnston.biz!
ITHACA, N.Y. — Golf head coach Matt Baughan has announced that freshman Mike May will join the team for the 2016-17 season. May will continue to strengthen a Big Red squad that recorded its best finish at the Ivy League championship since 2005.