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Walt Disney Co. to open campus in Florida, move at least 2,000 SoCal workers – Anaheim, California

Anaheim, California 2021-07-15 16:47:14 –

Walt Disney Co. said Thursday that it planned to build a new regional campus in central Florida, accommodating at least 2,000 professional employees in digital technology, finance and product development from Southern California.

In a letter to employees, Josh Damaro, chairman of Disney Parks Experiences and Products, said the move would improve the integration of creative and business teams. The company already owns Walt Disney World, a theme park resort the size of San Francisco, outside Orlando, Florida.

The new Disney campus is located near Orlando International Airport, about 20 miles east of Disney World.

“Florida is known for its rich culture of hospitality and active lifestyle, and low cost of living without state income tax,” Damaro said in an employee letter.

California-based companies are still wondering which employees will be required to move, but they could be employees of the park department who aren’t working full-time at Disneyland or the international parks business in California. There is. According to Damaro, workers who are asked to relocate will take 18 months to relocate.

“As someone returning from California to Florida with my family, and back again, I understand that relocation is a big change not only for employees, but for their families,” Damaro said. It was.

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