Disney Proposes $15 Starting Wage by 2020 for Some Union Workers, But Not All
Updated: Aug 14, 2020
On the eve of United States Senator Bernie Sanders coming to Anaheim for a Disney Resort workers rally on Saturday, the Mouse is suddenly feeling generous. The Disneyland Resort decided to bargain in public by announcing a proposal yesterday that seeks to boost the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020 for 9,500 hourly “Master Services” workers represented by four unions. The corporation is also pledging to launch an education investment program for employees in the fall with an initial $50 million investment in news first reported in the local media by KABC-TV Channel 7, owned by Disney.
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