Onet protests in Disneyland Paris

Protest In Disneyland Paris Leaves Park Entrance Littered & Blocked Off To Guests

This morning, guests visiting the Disneyland Parc in the Disneyland Paris resort were greeted by a terrible mess at the park’s entrance. Employees from Onet – the independent cleaning and logistics company that serves Disneyland Paris overnight – have set up protests in front of Main Street Station.

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Photos we have from the scene show toilet paper and general trash thrown about the Disneyland Hotel and Main Street Station area, which has since been blocked off to guests, but still hugely impacts that magical welcome one would hope for when visiting the resort. Handmade signs by Onet employees were also posted up throughout the protest space.

Onet protests in Disneyland Paris

Onet protests in Disneyland Paris

This isn’t the first time the Onet employees have spoken out against their unfair pay and harsh working conditions, so hopefully the situation will be evaluated and resolved quickly.

Onet protests in Disneyland Paris

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Daniel
Daniel
1 year ago

If they’re a third party contractor, shouldn’t they be protesting Onet instead of Disney? Their company is the one who negotiates the contracts with Disney.

Jon Wright
Jon Wright
1 year ago

About “why” there’s a protest, Paris is in the midst of a larger labor conflict at the moment too, to tie to a more global rationale. You can mention that without being political. Also, Disney has a history of combatting wage increases & whittling away the meager benefits it’s employees do have. (See the history of their conflicts with staff in Anaheim.)

Kevin Barbee
Kevin Barbee
1 year ago
Reply to  Jon Wright

Excellent comment. Disney likely is just trying to get things done more and more cheaply and of course the workers, even from a 3rd party contractor, suffer. I salute their right to protest against the corporate oligarchs!

Chris
Chris
1 year ago

“Park”

Amy
Amy
1 year ago
Reply to  Chris

It’s Paris. Parc is correct.

Brexit Fan
1 year ago

Disney would be better off dumping this asset. Just the start of the European Armageddon.

Chris
Chris
1 year ago

They are responsible for cleaning overnight, they failed tondo so and left a huge mess.

Simple solutions are often the best, dismiss the company as not having help up to their end of the contract and hire overnight janitorial staff directly like the U.S. parks use, then Disney would be able to control working conditions, pay, etc. Instead of the third party company controlling this and Disney getting the Blane for something that isn’t really their fault.

Renay K
1 year ago

Hate to say it, but good for them. They work for a company that has more than enough money to pay their employees a decent wage and yet they choose not to. Disney needs to realize that the employees are not going to continue to work for such little pay. I have talked to other employees of Disney and they have disclosed to me what they make. They have to live outside of the Orlando area to even afford a place and sometime with additional room mates! Unless you are in a higher up position, you cannot support a family… Read more »

Don
Don
1 year ago

You make that sound like a bad thing!

Bob
Bob
1 year ago

Could you investigate and report more about the alleged harsh working conditions and low pay so we can see who is being treated unfairly here? Bob

micheal
micheal
1 year ago

low pay perhaps the should try living on benfits they should be glad to have a job in todays climit