Disneyland Pay Brings Complaint-From a Disney

Disneyland Pay Brings Complaint-From a Disney

Disneyland Pay Brings Complaint-From a Disney

Abigail Disney, 59, made the trip after receiving a Facebook message from a Disney worker complaining about conditions. She said she then went undercover and couldn't believe what she saw.

Ms Disney told a recent episode of the podcast "Through her Eyes" that said every person she spoke during the visit said that low wages were making life hard.

After the visit, she said she was "so livid" that the company didn't respect its workers enough.

"I was so livid when I came out of there", Disney added, "because, you know, my grandfather taught me to revere these people that take your tickets, that pour your soda".

Abigail Disney speaks onstage during INDEPENDENT LENS" "The Armor of Light' panel as part of the PBS portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour at Langham Hotel on January 18, 2016 in Pasadena, California. "Those people are much of the recipe for success". And now, she's calling out Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger for his almost $66M salary.

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Ultimately, Abigail thinks the country needs to "change the way we understand and practice capitalism without trampling on the dignity and rights of their employees". She is still waiting for a proper response. You know, your legacy is that you're a great manager.

A spokesperson for The Walt Disney Company told USA Today it offered flexible schedules and subsidised childcare to workers, and has committed AU$215 million to Disney Aspire, an education initiative that covers 100 per cent of tuition costs, books and fees for workers. "I would want to be known as the guy who led to a better place, because that is what you have the power to do'". In an April opinion piece for the Post, Disney argued that the inequality between worker and executive pay for company workers could easily be fixed. Full-time employees are also offered low-priced health care benefits and child care assistance, a spokesperson confirmed to Fox News.

"There are just over 200,000 employees at Disney", she wrote.

Disneyland employs an estimated 30,000 cast members and pays a starting hourly wage of $15, which is higher than the California minimum wage requirements of $12 an hour.

Her comments followed a speech she gave at a conference hosted by Fast Company magazine, during which she said that Disney employees have had a reduction in benefits and are struggling to make ends meet.

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