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27 February 2021

Does Delta Air Lines offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great Benefits Package, Good Pay

Cons

Work in all weather conditions! Hard Work

Great Benefits Package, Good Pay

27 February 2021

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10 June 2019

Does Delta Air Lines offer massages?

Pros

Great perks and benefits like free flights and healthcare as well

Cons

For me it was the terrible 5am training time, absolutely no reason for that and it's not even efficient for learning/training, studies prove learning happens best at peak alertness, they picked 5 am I think because the trainers wanted to get out of work by 1pm all summer while slacking off during training. Idk the trainers I had were sub par.

Advice to Management

You need to change the terrible 5am BVOD training time, absolutely no reason for that and it's not even efficient for learning/training, studies prove learning happens best at peak alertness levels. they picked 5 am, I think, because the trainers wanted to get out of work by 1pm while slacking off during training. the trainers I had were sub par and condescending.

Great perks and benefits like free flights and healthcare as well

10 June 2019

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19 July 2020

Does Delta Air Lines offer dental insurance?

Pros

Family atmosphere. Great benefits for travel , health & dental insurance

Cons

You must be a team player willing to take part in building & advancing the company

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work

Great benefits for travel , health & dental insurance

19 July 2020

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12 September 2021

Does Delta Air Lines offer parental leave?

Pros

Nice campus with good food options, gym, pharmacy/clinic on-site, credit union Travel benefits are awesome when you're able to use them Internal movement/career advancement is encouraged and supported Recent focus on DE&I seems genuine and I appreciate how the company has been reporting out on their progress in improving equity for minority employee groups

Cons

Compensation is low compared to other industries - it's pretty widely known at Delta that most merit employees could leave and immediately start making significantly more money. No/limited remote work options. CEO is very against remote or even hybrid work and has been pushing for in-office employees to be back in office 5 days per week since early 2021. Short paid maternity leave, no paternity leave policy. No adoptive leave policy. No fertility planning benefits. Gym onsite is great, but costs money to use. Flight benefits are great but can be challenging to use when flights are full. Often long hours are expected, and almost everyone I know has a company phone they check regularly on nights/weekends. Last year, we all had to reduce our schedule (and pay) by 20% due to the pandemic but most employees were expected to continue working 40+ hours each week due to workload/staffing shortages. Because it's a big company, there are a lot of processes/programs in place that make change very slow or non-existent and can make it hard for managers to do the right thing for their employees.

Advice to Management

Our org is split into frontline and merit employees and, as such, our senior leaders are resistant to implementing new policies that can only apply to one work group and not the other. Middle management is doing their best to keep their teams happy as our culture has taken a real hit due to COVID but our executive team is not making it easy, and I anticipate a lot of additional turn over in 2021/2022 due to our senior leaders' attitudes toward taking care of in-office employees.

Short paid maternity leave, no paternity leave policy.

12 September 2021

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6 September 2019

Does Delta Air Lines have a pension plan?

Pros

Great benefits, free flights plenty of perks to save money

Cons

No pension offered to those hired

No pension offered to those hired

6 September 2019

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