Under the Displaced Janitor Opportunity Act (Lab. Code 1060 et seq.) a successor janitorial company must hire the janitorial workers of a predecessor company at the same site for at least 60 days after taking over the site, but need not hire the predecessor’s managerial, supervisory or confidential employees.  This decision affirms a decision for the successor janitorial company, holding that there was substantial evidence to suppor the trial court’s finding that plaintiff was a supervisory employee, thus exempt from the statute.  Everyone described plaintiff as a supervisor, and he had the authority to direct the other employees in the performance of their work, thus making him their supervisor, whatever his job title may have been.  Costs were properly awarded to the defendant on its prevailing on this claim since the DJOA does not shield plaintiffs from cost awards as the FEHA does.