Anaheim Exempts Disney From Living Wage Law, DoubleTree Hotel Workers Get Raise
Updated: Aug 13, 2020
If the Disneyland Resort is ignoring Anaheim’s new living wage law, the city sure ain’t giving them reason to pay it any mind. Passed by voters in November, Measure L became effective on Jan. 1, 2019. It holds that resort-area corporations with tax rebate agreements must pay workers $15 an hour this year–annual dollar increases tip the scale to an $18 hourly wage by 2022. Overseeing the new law, Anaheim sent posters with wage requirement information to a handful of hotel businesses, but not the Disneyland Resort.
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