Disney and several Disneyland Cast Member Unions have come to an agreement to bring employees back from furlough when Disneyland eventually reopens.
A statement released by Disney earlier this week read, “We have had positive discussions and are very pleased to have signed agreements from 20 union affiliates, including the Master Services Council, which represents more than 11,000 of our cast members.”
The statement also reads, “The signed agreement details plans that include enhanced safety protocols that will allow us to responsibly reopen and get thousands of our cast members back to work.”
Disney had planned to reopen the Disneyland Resort theme parks on July 17 with Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa reopening on July 23. Those reopenings have now been delayed while Disney waits for California state to release theme park reopening guidelines.
We will keep our readers updated as Disney releases more information about the reopening of Disneyland.
Source: The Orange County Register
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