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In Anaheim, Disneyland settles with workers

In Anaheim, Disneyland settles with workers

Many who attended General Convention 2009 will recall that Disneyland labor was then battling with management over critical employment matters.

AP reports that although the matter still requires employee ratification, it is largely settled for the time being.

A group of Disneyland hotel workers has reached a five-year contract agreement with the Southern California resort.

A union representing 2,100 workers at the resort’s three hotels said Monday the contract will include wage increases, affordable healthcare for workers and decreased workloads for housekeepers.

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GrandmèreMimi

I remember the demonstrators with their signs near the convention center. I’m pleased the settlement included improved conditions for the workers. It was a long time coming.

June Butler

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