Disney World Unions Unanimously Reject Latest Contract Offer

Union members of Disney World have rejected the latest contract offer presented to them by the company. The offer, which was to cover 45,000 workers, was voted down by union members.

The offer was met with strong opposition from union members, who cited their dissatisfaction with the terms of the contract. The union argued that the contract failed to provide adequate job security, health care benefits, and wages.

The union has been in negotiations with Disney World since last year and has yet to reach an agreement. The union has stated that they are willing to continue negotiations but that they will not accept a contract that does not meet the needs of their members.

Disney World has yet to comment on the situation. It remains to be seen if the two sides will be able to reach an agreement that is satisfactory to both parties.

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