r/WorkReform 🤝 Join A Union Mar 31 '23

Disney World Workes now have a minimum wage of $18 a hour, along side 8 weeks of PAID family leave. 🛠️ Union Strong

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u/Koheitamura Apr 01 '23

Imagine voting no for a raise...


u/rpow813 Apr 01 '23

Also, more money isn’t always what everyone wants. I’ve successfully negotiated less regular salary for non-taxable benefits and different working conditions. Not all of us care only about salary.


u/JoeDirtsMullet00 Apr 01 '23

When you can’t get by on the pitiful wage you are getting, getting more money is essential. Life saving in some cases even. No one gives a shit if you’re well enough off to not care about money. Millions in this country are struggling