Holdout Unions Approve Contract, Disneyland Averts Strike
Disneyland heads into the holidays without any picket lines outside its gates following a second contract vote that finally found favor with two remaining unions.
The Master Services Council, a coalition of four major unions that represents 9,500 workers at the Disneyland Resort, bargained with the company for months before reaching a tentative agreement in November.
All member unions ratified the contract at Disney’s California Adventure during the initial Nov. 17 vote, but Disneyland saw an unprecedented split.
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