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Tag Archives: union
I somehow missed the news that three unions at Disneyland Paris were on the verge of a Christmas week strike. The strike began on the 23rd, one of the busiest days of the year for the parks, over demands for … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Orange County Register is reporting that 92% of the Unite Here 11 union has voted against the contract proposal that Disney has brought to the table in hope of ending the gridlock. The labor dispute concerns the workers that … Continue reading