Universal team members will be paid a minimum of $15 per hour starting June 27, while Disney's own $15 base rate doesn't go into effect until October.
Universal Orlando says it’s hiring more than 1,500 new workers— and in the process, announced a raise in its starting hourly wage.
Following the lead of Disney and Universal, SeaWorld announced it will raise its starting hourly wage to $11, which is less than what the other theme parks will pay their workers beginning in 2019. The rate h... Read More
After winning their own fight for higher wages, the UNITE HERE union representing hospitality workers at Disney World held a rally Thursday demanding Universal employees get the same raise. At the same time w... Read More
The minimum wage will be raised to $15 per hour for more than 38,000 unionized workers at Walt Disney World after members overwhelmingly voted to accept a new labor contract. Speaking at the Park Inn by Radiss... Read More
Labor talks have ended with six unions representing Disney World workers close to winning a $15 starting wage — with “no major concessions.” The six unions represent 38,000 employees, covering everything from ... Read More