Dodgers commit to pay non-playing employees through May 31

Dodgers commit to pay non-playing employees through May 31 1

The Dodgers have announced to non-workers on Friday that they will be paid until May 31, while the Major League Baseball season is suspended indefinitely.

The organization joined a long list of Major League clubs that had already made the promise. The Angels notified their workers earlier this week. The San Diego Padres went on to tell half of their employees that they would be paid for the entire 2020 season with potential pay cuts if the season is canceled. The Texas Rangers are so far the only club reportedly not committed to paying employees in late May.

Earlier this month, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that he had suspended Uniform Employee Contracts effective May 1, allowing franchises to fire employees or cut salaries after April.

The Dodgers revealed a total of $ 1.3 million for game editors on Wednesday – more than a month after MLB announced that each team would promise at least $ 1 million. Each employee receives a one-time payment of $ 350, $ 600, or $ 750 depending on the employee’s service time and whether he is employed by an outside contractor.

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