A group of Disneyland hotel workers has reached a five-year contract agreement with the Southern California resort.
A union representing 2,100 workers at the resort's three hotels said Monday the contract will include wage increases, affordable healthcare for workers and decreased workloads for housekeepers.
Union members still must vote to ratify the contract.
Officials at the resort and union declined to release specific details until the pact is ratified.
The agreement would put an end to a nearly four-year dispute between the workers and Disneyland Resort in Anaheim.