Disneyland Workers Allege Disney Failed to Pay a Living Wage
Updated: Jun 24, 2020
According to The Sacramento Bee, five Disneyland workers have filed a class action lawsuit against The Walt Disney Company, alleging that the company failed to pay workers a living wage and to comply with Anaheim's Living Wage Ordinance (known as "Measure L"). Passed in November 2018, Measure L requires all hospitality businesses that benefit from city subsidies to pay workers at least $15 per hour. Read the full article, entitled "Disneyland workers sue, arguing they deserve a 'living wage,'" here.
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