“In these difficult times, the Craft Maintenance Council`s union leadership was able to roll up its sleeves and work with Disney,” Ernesto Medrano, president of the Craft Maintenance Council, said in a statement. “We appreciate that they reach us quickly. The elements of our agreement are important, particularly health care and other additional benefits that help our members and get back to work. Workers expected to be recalled to the workplace will be able to maintain their health benefits for the long period of time. In addition, they will not lose their seniority or lower their wages, Clinton said Sunday. Workers earn between $13 and $20 an hour, he said. “We are pleased to have reached an agreement with the Council of Service Workers, which will maintain members` health insurance coverage, educational support and additional assistance programs for workers during a temporary election campaign effective April 19,” he said. The Furloughs, scheduled to begin april 19, were part of an agreement between Disney World and the Service Trades Council Union, a collection of six unions representing the 43,000 workers at the Florida Recreation Center. In a statement on Sunday, the company confirmed the furlough agreement with the union. “Disney has entered into agreements with several performers` unions hour by hour that maintain members` health insurance coverage, support for educational institutions and additional employee support programs during a temporary election campaign effective April 19,” Disney said in a statement. “These agreements make it easier to return to work as our community recovers from the effects of COVID-19. We are grateful to have worked together in good faith to help our actors overcome these unprecedented moments. “It was a relief to know that the union got these amazing agreements and that we`re going to keep our health insurance,” said Ms.
Villadiego, 29. She lives with her husband, who is a plumber, and her 10-year-old daughter. The Furlough Agreement As of April 19, food and beverage trade unions, pyrotechnicians, sound mechanics, stage directors, stage technicians and other Disneyland station employees have arrived.