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  • Disneyland Hotel Workers stage Half-day Walk-out
    Disneyland Hotel Workers stage Half-day Walk-out

    Sounds like the battle between the Hotel and Restaurant workers of UNITE HERE and the Disneyland resort is heating up. After the company was perceived to increase their workload unreasonably, to the point of possibly injuring some employees, the hotel workers have decided they had enough. A half-day walk out…

  • Union Dispute with Disneyland now putting Guests at Risk
    Union Dispute with Disneyland now putting Guests at Risk

    In a ‘choose your own villain adventure’ the dispute between Disneyland and the unionized hotel and restaurant works of UNITE HERE has now stumbled into dangerous territory where the health of guests is at risk. It’s not that they’re operating dangerous equipment or attractions, but without any paid sick days…

  • Union Protest at Disneyland today
    Union Protest at Disneyland today

    Hanging out around Disneyland today and wondering what all the police presence was about? Well it was another demonstration from Unite Here, you know the ones who had people dress up as Disney characters and get arrested. Well the struggle is still on going and now the union is considering…

  • Disneyland draws quick contract with largest union
    Disneyland draws quick contract with largest union

    Disney has agreed to a contract that ensures yearly raises for the employees in its largest union – the Master Services Council. This includes 6500 employees who work in the two theme parks. Meanwhile the situation drags on with Unite Here who is fighting for a new contract for its…

  • Disneyland Workers claim “Disney is Unfaithful”
    Disneyland Workers claim “Disney is Unfaithful”

    UNITE HERE local 11 has started a blog to keep track of the many ways they see the Walt Disney Company as being unfaithful to its workers and values. Approximately 2,300 employees of the Disneyland Hotels, including bellmen, dishwashers, room attendants, and cooks, have been working without a contract since…

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