Disneyland’s Health Care Problems

Disney should relent to the hard workers who make their park and their hotels successful. Disney constantly raises their ticket prices and parking rates year after year, but they say they cannot afford to pay for the health care for their workers by shifting the costs and dumping part timers off the health plan. If people knew that their employees were getting quality health care for their high ticket prices that go up ten percent a year maybe they would not feel burned as much. My father and sister bought yearly passes and they rose up $35 dollars per person, Disneyland is becoming unaffordable and Disney just wants to milk the money without thinking of the economic impact of their decisions.

5 thoughts on “Disneyland’s Health Care Problems”

  1. Disneyland/world has an extreme burden placed on them because of the health care cost generated by the large number of male homosexuals employed by the company. The answer to their problem is obvious; Include in the hiring contract a clause that would allow dismissal of any employee who, as a result of promiscuous sexual behavior contracts HIV/AIDS during the contract period. Require a preemployment HIV/AIDS examination as a condition of employment and a follow up every six months. Such a test is no more evasive than is a drug test.

  2. Disneyland/world has an extreme burden placed on them because of the health care cost generated by the large number of male homosexuals employed by the company. The answer to their problem is obvious; Include in the hiring contract a clause that would allow dismissal of any employee who, as a result of promiscuous sexual behavior contracts HIV/AIDS during the contract period. Require a preemployment HIV/AIDS examination as a condition of employment and a follow up every six months. Such a test is no more evasive than is a drug test.

  3. It is not just gay males working for the company, or even college students these days. Latinos are also a big group working for them especially in their hotels. And if we deny one group from health care, then it gets socked back to the taxpayers of the state and the nation as a whole.

  4. It is not just gay males working for the company, or even college students these days. Latinos are also a big group working for them especially in their hotels. And if we deny one group from health care, then it gets socked back to the taxpayers of the state and the nation as a whole.

  5. It is not just gay males working for the company, or even college students these days. Latinos are also a big group working for them especially in their hotels. And if we deny one group from health care, then it gets socked back to the taxpayers of the state and the nation as a whole.

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