The Disneyland Resort won’t build a 700-room luxury hotel after all. Disneyland notified the city of Anaheim of the project’s cancellation after rejecting tax incentives that would have possibly forced the company to pay a living wage to its employees. There was also a fight… Read More »The Luxury hotel once destined for Disneyland is officially canceled
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Workers at the Disneyland Resort will not receive a living wage that would start at $15 an hour and raise a $1 an hour through 2022 as promised by ballot measure up for vote on November 6. Union leaders worked hard to get a measure… Read More »City Attorney says Disneyland would be exempt from Anaheim living wage measure
Disneyland and its largest union recently agreed on a new contract that increases the starting wage for employees, eventually raising it to $15 an hour, ahead of when the state is scheduled to raise the minimum wage to that amount. One of the pressure tactics… Read More »Anaheim Ballot Measure L wants Living Wage for hospitality workers, but will it include Disneyland?
The squabble between Disneyland and the Anaheim City Council continues; this time with Disney putting construction of its new luxury resort hotel on hold indefinitely. The issue this time is a $267 million tax break the city council had granted Disneyland for the hotel, but… Read More »Squabble between Disneyland and the Anaheim City Council puts new Luxury hotel in jeopardy