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Topic: A Question To DL And UA Employees Re Bankruptcy
Username: ozark1
Posted 2011-11-15 15:36:36 and read 2456 times.

Looking back on your companies before and now after bankruptcy, what would you say the biggest changes have been? Would appreciate info like:
1) On average, how much did your pay go down?
2) How has it affected morale? Do you feel more hopeful about the future of the company?
3) How has it affected your benefits?
Any comments would be appreciated, especially from the FA work group.

Topic: RE: A Question To DL And UA Employees Re Bankruptcy
Username: FURUREFA
Posted 2011-11-15 15:45:09 and read 2419 times.

Quoting ozark1 (Thread starter):
2) How has it affected morale? Do you feel more hopeful about the future of the company?

I'm not a flight attendant, and I joined my airline post-bankruptcy, but I feel like morale at my airline is really great.

Speaking to my coworkers, I know bankruptcy was initially difficult for everyone. The pay cut was indeed not something any of us wanted, but I think most believed it was the right (only) thing to do.

I know that, looking back now, my coworkers and I are really impressed my our management team, the way they handled our merger, and the way we do business.

I, and many of my fellow employees, are really excited about the next few years and firmly believe our airline is truly the best one to work for in the world. I wouldn't work anywhere else.

Matt

Topic: RE: A Question To DL And UA Employees Re Bankruptcy
Username: liftsifter
Posted 2011-11-15 16:02:30 and read 2357 times.

I asked my aunt who works for DL and she answered me the following:

1. On average how did your pay go down? Not by much, at most we were given a lesser amount of money per hours on long haul.

2. How has it affected morale? Do you feel more hopeful about the future of the company? I think that it gave Delta a new start and gave us some more hope for Delta. Even after flying for Delta for more than 12 years, It's a company I really enjoy working for.

3. How has it affected your benefits? Being a long-term team member, we didn't loose any benefits, but we did see that the new ones had lower pay and less benefits.


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