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Dignity isn't a privilege. It's a worker's right | Abigail Disney



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What’s the purpose of a company? In this bold talk, activist and filmmaker Abigail Disney imagines a world where companies have a moral obligation to place their workers above shareholders, calling on Disney (and all corporations) to offer respect, dignity and a living wage to everyone who works for them.

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  1. Alex Araújo no Sertão da Bahia

    Um canal brasileiro a favor das pessoas esquecidas ⤵️

  2. zelaznoGsemaJ YnohtnA

    I love you ❤️ ANTHONY JAMES GONZALEZ

  3. NHLFarmteams

    Lol, a Disney kid who appears to be Boomer wants to tell others about privilege? Oh my, as a Gen-Xer who has lived under the tyranny of Boomers for my entire existence I find this both ingenuous and incredulous.
    The Boomers sold out and screwed EVERY other generation behind them. Now, they are still the ones in POWER sinking generations into HISTORIC debt levels that will cause inflation and remarkable hardship for generations.
    This woman is full of crap.

  4. Patty Crosby

    because we love Disney world

  5. Matt was

    I agree 100%.I wish Abigail was CEO of Disney. Maybe she would update the last act of Carrousel of Progress too

  6. Skidmark27

    Idk sounds like communism to me

  7. Eder

    Why don't simple donate for carity all you recive from your family. You want state because you know it will increese your income. Shame of you mis hypocrisia. Remember, don't as for the state agressivity and more taxes, simple do carity for real. HYPOCRITICAL.

  8. Poe Ramon

    Doa toda o seu dinheiro. E para de hiprosia

  9. RedPill Barber Shop

    Hipócrita.

  10. Maxs

    If Walt Disney was the one who created the magic, then maybe Abigail Disney can revive it in time.

  11. Robert Simon

    I love Disney, just not the corporate scumbags. Let's hope someone would accept my pilot…

  12. Julia Lerner

    American citizens should be the shareholders in the US economy. Poverty should not exist in a free society with the kind of wealth that exists in the US. Police are paid to defend the extreme concentration of wealth in a few hands from being redistributed to the dispossessed masses.

  13. Black Dandelion

    Please don't close the TED channel in Russian

  14. Courageous

    You don’t say specifically what workers don’t make enough to put food on the table. Most of those jobs are for high school or college students. Painters and janitors are unskilled labor. Is this the same argument that says the adults working menial jobs at McDonalds should make enough to support a family? There are jobs that will only earn a minimum wage, and these type jobs aren’t intended to support an entire family.

  15. B Welkinator

    Such garbage from a non-earner living off the work of her fore-bearers. Now denigrating the very system which gives her this platform. Can't fault TED though; this fits right into their Burn It All Down mind set.

  16. RussianThunderrr

    Thank you!

  17. ITouchTheSky

    Excellent talk and topic. I hope one day, all companies will think more for their workers.

  18. Invox

    Disney (cretor of Mickey Mouse) mistreated his animators, and even now Disney´s (company) business policies and disregard for employees rights all over the globe is shameful… Like someone said: "Doing good in the millions, while doing harm in the billions". This is hipocrisy on a whole new level.

  19. SuperKami

    It's difficult to agree with anything this channel publishes when it's anti-free speech. stop censoring comments and then maybe we can talk.

  20. John

    A while ago I read an article on the basic error inherent in the behaviour of all companies; they are, as Abigale said, run just for the benefit of the shareholders. But the shareholders are far from the only people involved.
    If the term "shareholder" is exchanged for "stakeholder" it seems that a step can be taken to find a bit of balance. Of course the workers have a stake in the performance of a company they work for. So do those that buy it's products and services. It is quite usual to be in the interests of the buyers that the company succeed in order to maintain the product.
    That change then does imply a role for a workers' representative on the board of directors. The change in terminology also includes purchasers. We are all purchasers of both goods and services like Disneyland, yet how few are the companies that respond to us even with respect! In that way Disneyland is better than most.
    Including all stakeholders implies a bigger role for management to really listen to those that make and buy the product. It is no longer adequate to have a suggestion box in the factory, or for the simplistic "focus groups" approach to matching products to needs – and I have seen how badly those focus groups work anyway.
    When a company asks me to fill in a feedback form associated with a new product purchase, I fill it in. As a person who was taught to design surveys, I have never seen one that would get a pass in any of the classes I took. I also have never received any acknowledgement that my product feedback has been read, let alone valued. So if the company that made the product does not value and respect me as a thinking buyer, should I feel that the workers in that company are worthy of respect? I myself do treat those I interact with with respect. But I have experienced many people who seem to have no respect for anyone they interact with, and that has to be addressed. Maybe by starting with companies expressing genuine interest in their customers.
    This is of course not a universal criticism. Companies can be found with the full range of approaches to their workers, and clients. The ones I go back to are those that treat me as more than a walking credit card.

  21. Ai Fan

    This talk is historical.

  22. Yang Chun

    Dignity should not be given but earned by yourself.

  23. Fernando Crustacean

    Maybe you should pay employees of Disneyland and Disneyworld a living wage instead of doing this weird Ted talk.

  24. Arcux

    Dignity is an intrinsic (coming from self) characteristic….so if you lack dignity, you have only yourself to blame.

  25. Taghreed Ossama

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  26. Francisco Galindo

    Jiminy Cricket has been unjustly convicted and caged next to the Carrion River, because of Pinocchio.

    I am fighting with all my might to help our children and Geppeto, Fairy Godmother.

    But only you can make the humble wizard's wand magic.

    🌐💝🙏

  27. STEM student PH

    Great title caught my eye.

  28. Shirley Shantel

    A really powerful message. Thank you. May we revive the MAGIC as we come together as a collective, to cocreate the future we wish for ourselves.

  29. The_Ria

    This whole speech just doesn't sit right with me. We all know that workers should be respected and treated fairly, we all know that the system is broken. Why would you say the obvious thing to the people who are working at these jobs? Say it at bord meetings, to the executives and the people who can actually make a change.
    Disney is a deeply flawed company with a lot of questionable things they did in the past. But I do believe they can strive to be better, more diverse, more inclusive and fair. It takes work, mainly work from the inside out. Preaching to the audience won't fix anything unfortunately

  30. RantKid

    Lol dislikes be like "it's my American right to mentally abuse my coworkers!"

  31. Aylbdr Madison

    What made America good, why it's not so good anymore, and what caused the change.

    Thank you for your insight Abigail. ^-^

  32. Danculea Lacramioara

    Eu ridic gunoiul multor oameni,e bine cate odată să muncești neplătit,..

  33. Mazza Mo

    pirotizing profit of the well to do share holders over the Working class to the degree that deny them digity living is a stupid short term vision economic strategy as those middle class majority working for the wealthy share holders are actually their main customers , and if those costomers can't afford basic dignified living then of course they wont splurge on luxuries.

    to manage business owners greed and return stability to society profit should be caped by higher taxes ( who needs 20 million $ million if you can live with 5 million $ ) and so what if a huge American business lost a bit of profit if 10 American local small businesses got the chance to open creating a more secure stable local economy.

  34. Mazza Mo

    Hats off 🌷

    No matter how much i adore disney and how i truly consider my self being raised by the wonderful ethics deisny creative team enlightened us with , and although i realize that the creative team is different than the business/sales one who is running disney land , but i simply can't ignore the complaints of a lot of hard working employees who reported working in disney land while they can't even pay rent and living in their cars, there is a hole documentary made of them, THAT IS NOT DIGNITY, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.

    pirotizing profit of the well to do share holders over the Working class to the degree that deny them digity living is a stupid short term vision economic strategy as those middle class majority working for the wealthy share holders are actually their main customers , and if those costomers can't afford basic dignified living then of course they wont splurge on luxuries.

    to manage business owners greed and return stability to society profit should be caped by higher taxes ( who needs 20 million $ million if you can live with 5 million $ ) and so what if a huge American business lost a bit of profit if 10 American local small businesses got the chance to open creating a more secure stable local economy.

  35. N0Bah D

    *climate change
    Sorry, was the only criticism I could come up with

  36. Phyllobates Terribilis

    Didn't watch it but the speaker obviously doesn't know the difference between a right and a responsibility – like most leftists.

  37. Bearly Listening

    Dignity isn't a right or a privilege. It's a state of mind.

  38. Navdeep Singh

    https://youtu.be/U6AZv5H_gUI

  39. kermit sakura

    What a hypocrite

  40. Startup Funding Event Global

    How times have changed.. back then working in Disneyland was not considered a gig

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