Disneyland Resort Continues Negotiations with Master Services Council 

July 17, 2024

With today’s rally, we continue to be focused on the wellbeing of our guests and cast members. We remain committed to the upcoming meetings on July 22-23 and reaching an agreement with Master Services that focuses on what matters most to cast members, positions Disneyland Resort for growth and job creation and enables us to continue delivering incredible guest experiences.

 

July 10, 2024
The Master Services Council has scheduled a strike authorization vote for July 19, 2024. A strike authorization is not unusual as part of the negotiations process and does not indicate a strike is imminent or underway. Disneyland Resort remains open and ready to welcome guests.

 

July 9, 2024
Negotiations between Disneyland Resort and Master Services Council — which represents four major unions and nearly 14,000 cast members at Disneyland Resort including: Attractions, Candy Makers, Costuming, Custodial, Main Entrance, Parking, Resort Transportation, Store Operations, Team Centers, and Anaheim Distribution Center — began in late April 2024 with continued conversations taking place throughout the last few months. The official Disneyland Park Master Services Council contract expired on June 16, with Master Services Council declining to enter into a contract extension.

We respect and value our cast members and recognize the important role they play in creating happiness for our guests. With the next meeting scheduled for July 22, we remain committed to continuing discussions and to reaching an agreement with the Master Services Council that focuses on what matters most to our current cast members, helps us attract new cast, and positions Disneyland Resort for growth and the creation of more jobs.

Our Work with Unions

Disneyland Resort has worked with unions for 70 years participating in successful negotiation conversations through the collective bargaining process.

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