Walt Disney World strikes deal with union to start paying employees a living wage in 2021

Walt Disney World strikes deal with union to start paying employees a living wage in 2021

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Walt Disney World might now be a place where the workers’ dreams really do come true. After months of negotiations, the theme park and resort struck a deal with six unions to start paying employees $15 per hour by 2021, according to the Orlando Sentinel

The deal still awaits union members’ approval, but it would slowly increase the hourly minimum wage for Disney World staff from $10 to $15 by October 2021. Nationwide advocates of a $15 hourly wage often refer to that pay as a “living wage.”  

UNITE HERE Central Florida, a union that represents staff with Walt Disney World Food & Beverage and Housekeeping, called the raise “historic” in a Facebook post published Friday. In addition, workers will receive a previously scheduled $1,000 bonus that had been put on hold during negotiations.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable | Walt Disney World strikes deal with union to start paying employees a living wage in 2021

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