28,000 workers being sacked. Florida is an "at will" state and I don't think the workers are part of any union (or at least one with any teeth) so they don't have to get any sort of payout. I hope they at least do the decent thing and if they can't keep the veterens who've been working for decade, gives them a good package. The parks are definitely going to suffer in terms of experience, can see them going back to the worst Eisner days with poor maintenence, cheap filler rides and micromanaging of staff.
Disney are making extreme losses at the moment. The parks at massively reduced capacities and the guests that are there are spending less. No films hitting the cinema and Mulan, which would have been expected to make somewhere around $1bn at the box office is rumoured to have made only $70m or so on Disney+.