Tag Archives: Anaheim Arena Management

COVID-19 Anaheim Ducks Will Pay All Part-Time Staff Through June 30

  From Anaheim Arena Management: Anaheim Ducks and San Diego Gulls Owners Henry and Susan Samueli today informed part-time employees of their sports and event management companies that all 2,100 part-time staff members will be paid for current or future rescheduled, postponed or canceled events through June 30. This includes all programs and events at Honda Center as well as ...

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Anaheim Council Approves 25-Year Contract Extension for Anaheim Arena Management

From Anaheim Arena Management: Anaheim Arena Management Solidifies 25 Year Contract Extension November 20, 2018 (Anaheim, CA) – At tonight’s Anaheim city council meeting, members of the council voted in favor of a multi-faceted agreement that extends AAM’s contract for at least the next 25 years. The deal extends the partnership between the organization and the city, securing the Anaheim ...

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UNITE-HERE-backed Legislation Targeting Honda Center Should Be Tossed As Unconstitutional

Judge Frederick Horn’s has granted of UNITE-HERE’s request for temporary restraining order against the Honda Center. However, it is still questionable whether the militant union’s lawsuit will ultimately succeed, given that dubious constitutionality of how the relevant state labor code section was enacted. It was last-minute, non-budgetary amendment that slipped into a budget trailer bill. Loren Kaye, president of the ...

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UNITE-HERE’s Unjust Lawsuit Against The Honda Center

Is is right and just for the government to force a private company to offer jobs to specific individuals who were never that company’s employees in the first place? That’s the question at the heart of the lawsuit filed by UNITE-HERE Local 11, claiming Anaheim Arena Management (which operates the Honda Center) has violated the state’s Displaced Janitors Opportunity Act ...

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Honda Center Should Say No To Card-Check Unionizing

When a union attempts to organize a work-place, it needs to get a specified percentage of targeted workers (I believe it is 30%) to petition for a unionizing vote, which is conducted by secret ballot. Allowing workers to vote their preference in secret, free from harassment and intimidation, has become an obstacle to workplace organizing, so a top priority of ...

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Honda Center: Can Someone Introduce UNITE-HERE To Reality?

Thus far, UNITE-HERE Local 11 has been trying to spin their dispute with Anaheim Arena Management into an issue of whether their members will continue working at The Honda Center when AAM takes over food service operations from Aramark on July 1. Judging by the media coverage, the spinning is working. This Voice of OC article from last week is a good ...

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