GSE Foreman (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 11, 2017
Typical day at work is 8 to 10 hours long with non-stop repairs What you learned is how to deal with people Management is great and very helpful Your co-workers are very friendly and helful the hardest part of the job is no down time the most enjoyable part of the job is the free flights.
Cabin Service Agent (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – May 27, 2017
working for this company you become very close with people, the work is really hard and management can be rude and unhelpful the good part about working here was the fact that you got to fly for free, and you could work up to 80 hours a week
Security Screener (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 24, 2017
Job is very slow and boring. You can't utilize any of your down time with any productivity and it makes you want to drive off a cliff. Easy money and great traveling perks but to sit and stare at walls for 8-12 hours and be very frustrating.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – May 23, 2017
The best customer service experience you could learn. Always dealing with people's problems and sometimes angry and or upset people. Have to learn fast to keep people happy and move fast to keep people on time for flights. Will learn multiple jobs throughout the airport. Check-in desk, boarding flights, baggage claim, and all different PC programs for each. Also different programs for both Delta and United Airlines.
Security Supervisor (Current Employee) – Romulus, MI – May 20, 2017
Great company, great staff and leadership. Operations across the world with opportunity to travel and transfer to other locations if desired. Company plays a vital part in Aviation operations across the world.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Lihue, HI – May 11, 2017
When they say people don't quit jobs they quit bosses, it's true at DGS Alaska Lihue. The job itself should be paid a lot more considering how much money the airline industry makes however the flight benefits do make up for it a little.
Station Manager United Airlines (Former Employee) – Windsor Locks, CT – May 11, 2017
This has to be the worst company to work for. They play many games with their employees mostly in pay. I was in management with them and left for I hated how they treat the employees trying to make a living. Run from this company
Skycap (Former Employee) – Pensacola, FL – May 3, 2017
A typical day at work is pretty stressful,of course it's an airport. I learned leadership skills. Management is lazy and shows too much favoritism. The hardest part is the heavy lifting. The most enjoyable part is interacting with the customers.
Ramp Agent (Current Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – May 3, 2017
I have gained great experience working with people who share an interest in aviation. I am loving my job every day and always improving myself. Delta Global is a great place to work and learn about Airbus 319, 320, and 321's.
Ramp Agent/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Missoula, MT – April 28, 2017
Fun environment, but hard work. A typical day can consist of one person working counter, gate, ramp, loading planes, etc. Pay is low considering the responsibilities each agent has in regards to safety, procedure, policies, TSA policies, FAA policies, and maintaining security. Failure at any of these can result in personal fines, injury, or worse.