Disney World and its unions make a deal
Written by Robert Niles
Walt Disney World union members last night approved a new three-year contract with Disney. The deal will give workers four to five-percent annual raises, plus an enhanced pension plan and an agreement to cooperate on scheduling.Tweet
Workers rejected the previous proposed contract, sending union reps and management back to negotiations. But the new deal ensures labor peace at the world's largest theme park resort through October 2010.
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