Gov. Ron DeSantis’ tourism oversight district is moving forward with a plan to end a Disney perks program, while working on a “satisfactory alternative” that addresses employee concerns, administrator Glen Gilzean said Wednesday.
The district may increase a proposed $1,425 stipend employees would receive in lieu of the Disney benefits, Gilzean told employees at a budget session.
The district also is exploring a program that would allow employees to directly purchase theme park passes from Disney if they choose, he said.
“We are making significant progress in developing reasonable solutions. … I am dedicated to developing a satisfactory alternative,” Gilzean
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