RAMP AGENT (Current Employee) – Jamaica, NY – September 14, 2016
working for DGS is a great experience. not to mention the flight privilege that come along with it. a typical day at work includes talking to airline passengers from all different countries, loading' off loading passenger luggage, and performing security checks on aircrafts. the best part of the job is getting to interact with people from all over the world. the hardest part is watching all the planes fly off to paradise without me.
Staff Scheduler (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 12, 2016
A challenging job, but good pay. Poor benefits except for health insurance for which you pay. The biggest problem is no feedback on how you are doing nor how long it will take for them to make an offer to hire you full term into Delta. So you are making approximately half what people next to you are making with full benefits with no idea how long that will go on. Management seems with unaware or to not care about that situation and made no steps to do anything about it which created a toxic environment.
challenging work with decent hourly pay
poor benefits, lack of feedback and career advancement
Shipping office clerk (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 8, 2016
great place to work, I really enjoy all that comes with the job. Only down fall is pay raises, they need to figure out a way to have their employees compensated better by the companies that they work for.
Project Team Lead/ Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 5, 2016
If you can work independently and innovation then one would love this company. Great team of employees who care about their clients and employees. Let's not forget about the many closed holidays throughout the year you get.
Cargo Warehouse Agent (Former Employee) – Hapeville, GA – April 27, 2016
Your day will vary from trailers needing to be unloaded and/or freight needing to weighed and measured. This workplace was the first to allow me to obtain my forklift certification and learn the basics to verifying paperwork from truck drivers before the unloading or loading process.
Good amount of days off
No lunch breaks, management changes your work schedule without being notified in advance, no organization to how new employees need to complete their day-to-day tasks, training lasts less than two days, management is harsh to employees
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta GA – March 28, 2016
The Atlanta office is centrally located on the Delta campus. I was given a great opportunity to learn and grow in my position. There is an awesome management team that provides extensive knowledge and support to all employees. I really enjoy working with everyone in the office.
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Lihue, HI – June 12, 2015
It's an environment where it's fun to work with. You think you learn everything there is to know but there's always something new to learn everyday. It keeps you on your toes. The company ensures that we understand the word "teamwork" while making us feel like a family.
Cabin Service Agent (Current Employee) – Hebron, KY – June 2, 2015
Everyday i have fun at work,i learn to many experience at that job. that job has a good management. i have a nice job with my co-workers.i don't see no hardest thing on that job.the most enjoyable part of the job is all my co-worker do a great job.
repair tech (Former Employee) – eastpoint ga – April 14, 2014
I repaired lawn mowers for home depot. Very exciting job. You always learn something new everyday. You have your own work bench and tools. Management and co workers were fun and helpful to be around. The easiest part of the job is to me is fixing the equipment. the most difficult part of the job is that the work runs out quickly.