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Disney hotel workers set to take first contract vote - OC Register, 8/4/09


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  • Disney hotel workers set to take first contract vote - OC Register, 8/4/09

    Well, this Thursday the DLR Hotel workers representive by Unite Here finally get to vote on a proposed contract.

    Disney hotel workers set to take first contract vote - Around Disney -

    Disneyland Resort hotel workers for the first time are set to vote on a new contract after more than 18 months of contentious negotiations with the company.

    But neither Disney nor union officials expect that the employees will approve the offer on Thursday. And union leader Ada Briceno said that a strike is still an option
    Much more at the link
    Last edited by Darkbeer; 08-04-2009, 06:38 AM.
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