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Tokyo Disney Resort operator to slice winter bonuses by 70%

Performers facing pressure to transfer to other departments

Most events at Tokyo Disney Resort have been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, which has kept customers at home.   © Kyodo

TOKYO -- Oriental Land, the operator of Tokyo Disney Resort, plans to cut winter bonuses by 70% for its roughly 4,000 full-time and part-time employees, according to sources.

Some contract workers, such as dancers, who are currently without work, are being urged to transfer or retire to cut costs in response to the drop in business caused by the novel coronavirus. The resorts employ around 4,000 full-time employees and 20,000 part-time and contract workers.

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