Disney Boosts Pay For Security Guards, Ignores Anaheim’s Living Wage Law
When crowds descend upon the Disneyland Resort, the first workers they often encounter are security guards. Before heading into the House of the Mouse, park goers have to pass through baggage checks, metal detectors and wand scanning to ensure that the Happiest Place on Earth is also the safest. With such an important job, the Independent Employee Service Association (IESA), a union that represents about 1,200 security workers, won a new contract that boosts base pay to $16.60 an hour starting today.
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