Thousands of salaried workers at Walt Disney World were asked Monday to cut their work week to 32 hours as the company stepped up cost-cutting efforts. The move will mean 20 percent less in their paychecks for 7,400 workers at Disney's parks, hotels and administrative offices. Disney also trimmed the hours of some attractions and restaurants and fired an unspecified number of contract workers. The company's higher-paid employees join the ranks of the attraction's 40,000 hourly workers, ...
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