• Kyodo


The operator of Disney theme parks in Japan and its labor union said Wednesday they have agreed that about 20,000 nonregular workers can join the union in a joint effort to improve working conditions and secure manpower.

Show performers, attraction facility staff and part-time workers at Tokyo Disneyland will become union members in April. The number of union members will surge nearly eightfold from the current membership of about 2,900 permanent employees.

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