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DLR and Union settle thier labor dispute.

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  • DLR and Union settle thier labor dispute.

    Not sure if this is the place to post this, and why it hasn't been mentioned already.

    The new contract, which extends through January 2017, includes wage increases and a decreased workload for housekeepers. It also gives workers a choice to remain in the union healthcare plan, with employee contributions of $7 to $10 per week, or transition to one of Disney's healthcare programs and be eligible for a one-time bonus.
    Full article where the quote is from.
    Disneyland and union settle long labor dispute - latimes.com
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    Re: DLR and Union settle thier labor dispute.

    i am sure that your right..
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