Disneyland Reaches Agreement on Furlough With One Union, Still Negotiating With Others

UPDATE 04/10/20: Disneyland has reached furlough agreements with several other unions, including those representing food & beverage workers, pyrotechnicians, sound mechanics, state managers, and stage technicians.

The agreements with Workers United Local 50, Master Services Council, Craft Maintenance Council, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (local 706, 504, 923), Laborer's Local 653, Operating Engineers Local 501, Teamsters Local 495, and Independent Employee Service Association are similar to other offers, with Disney continuing to cover health care and education benefits.

Disney is still in negotiations with the remaining unions.

Source: Orange County Register


While the Disneyland Resort is still negotiating with several other unions, today they reached a furlough agreement with the Independent Employee Service Association, which represents security Cast Members.

In a joint statement, officials from both sides shared the terms of the agreement, which are similar to the offer made to non-union Cast Members last week:

Independent Employee Service Association and Disney have reached an agreement for hourly security cast members that will maintain members’ health insurance benefits coverage, educational support and additional employee assistance programs during a temporary furlough effective April 19. This agreement provides an easier return to work when our community recovers from the impact of COVID-19. We are grateful to have worked together in good faith to help our cast and members navigate these unprecedented times.

More than 28,000 of the 31,000 Disneyland Resort Cast Members are represented by a union.

Source: Orange County Register

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