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Disney Reaches Tentative Deal With Unions For Starting Wage Increase | News - Home

- Walt Disney World reached a tentative agreement for a contract with six unions representing thousands of employees, Disney officials said on Friday. The contract would include wage increases, raising the starting wages to $9 an hour once the agreement is ratified. Disney officials said wages will go up to $9.50 an hour in 2015 and to $10 an hour in 2016 as part of a contract that will run through 2020. Quick Clicks The agreement with the Services Trades Council Union will affect more than 20,000 cast members. Cast members will vote on the agreement before it is ratified, Disney officials said. Copyright 2014 by ClickOrlando.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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4-year-old goes to Disney thanks to Make-A-Wish foundation

Mason is in remission for kidney cancer. Source: Clare Huddleston/WBRC BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - A four-year-old's dream is coming true thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Mason Greeson and his family left for Disney World on Monday morning. Two years ago Mason was diagnosed with Wilm's tumor, which is a form of kidney cancer. Mason is in remission now. Mason had no idea he was leaving for Disney World until he arrived at the airport and saw the Mickey and Minnie balloons. "He knew he was going to Disney but he didn't know when, we just said we're gonna get to go to Disney so he's still not sure. I don't think he fully gets it like he knows we're going but I don't know if he understands site web all the hoopla people are taking his picture and he's like what's going on, 'I thought we were going on vacation,'" Mason's mom Kristin Greeson said.
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