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Abigail Disney told the Yahoo News showThrough Her Eyesthat a worker sent her a Facebook message expressing how tragic being employed at the Magic Kingdom has become. So she went to Disneyland to see it for herself.

Every single one of these people I talked to were saying, I dont know how I can maintain this face of joy and warmth when I have to go home and forage for food in other peoples garbage, Disney, 59, told Yahoo News host and human rights activist Zainab Salbi in an interview posted Monday.

Disney is the granddaughter of the late Roy Disney, who co-founded The Walt Disney Co. with his brother, Walt Disney. She does not have an active role in the company. Disney said that her grandfather would not approve of the current working conditions at the parks he helped create.

She added that, these people are much of the recipe for success . when my grandfather worked there, he hired people there to have a job for life.

In April, she said that Igers $65 million pay package is insane at a Fast Company Impact Council discussion of human capitalism, noting his compensation is 1,424 times that of the median Disney employee. She also told CNBC that Jesus Christ himself isnt worth 500 times his median workers pay.

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A2018 surveyconducted by on behalf of a group of unions found that nearly three-quarters of full- and part-time employees (73%) said that they didnt earn enough money working at Disneyland Resort to pay for basic expenses each month. More than half were worried about being evicted, and about one-tenth reported being homeless in the previous two years.

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She also told Yahoo in the new interview that shed emailed Iger her concerns, telling him he was a great CEO by any measure, perhaps even the greatest CEO in the country right now, and urging him to be known as the guy who led to a better place, because that is what you have the power to do. She said she was referred to the HR department.

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The Walt Disney Co. responded in an email statement to MarketWatch that the company offers a starting minimum wage of $15 an hour, as well as free education opportunities, and healthcare benefits for hourly workers starting at $6 a week.

Our Disney Aspire initiative is the most comprehensive employee education program in the country, covering 100% of all tuition costs, books and fees so our hourly workers can pursue higher education free of charge, and graduate free of debt. Under Bob Igers leadership, Disney has made an initial commitment of $150 million to fund this program in the first five years, and will continue to make significant investments to make Disney Aspire available to as many employees as possible, the statement continued. Disney also provides flexible schedules and subsidized childcare to make it easier for employees to take advantage of this opportunity and were proud that more than 40% of our 88,000-plus hourly employees have already signed up to participate.

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