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  • Disneyland and Hotel Union End Contentious Strike
    Disneyland and Hotel Union End Contentious Strike

    The long running contentious battle between Disneyland and the Unite Here Local 11 union has come to an end. A new five year agreement shows a little compromise by both sides, but the union did have to make a concession on one of its largest issues, the price of health…

  • Disneyland Hotel Union and Roseanne Barr?
    Disneyland Hotel Union and Roseanne Barr?

    Okay. Local 11 of the Unite Here union that’s currently battling Disneyland Resort over better working conditions and health care has a new video out featuring their ironic spokesperson Mr. Micky Mouth interviewing Roseanne Barr. Apparently this was part of the campaign to get Motion Picture Academy members to vote…

  • Federal Board enters Disneyland Hotel Strike Equation
    Federal Board enters Disneyland Hotel Strike Equation

    We first reported on the labor strife between UNITE here and the Disneyland Resort back in February 2008, since then there have been cast members arrested while dressed like Mickey Mouse, picketing, fasting, and more. But the one thing there hasn’t been is a meeting of the minds between Disney…

  • 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…

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