Refunds Auditor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 15, 2016
This company has a great balance for work and personal life. The company has great benefits but there are work politics that can prevent growth from within the company. Some are laid off due to organization realignment. While others are forced into retirement. Needless to say, overall Delta Airlines is a great company to work for with great benefits.
Flex at Home Part Time Reservations Agent (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 14, 2016
This is a work at home position with Delta Air Lines. Receive inbound calls from passengers. Assist with customer service, bookings and sales. Learned how to negotiate and problem solve. Management is proactive in providing training and assistance. Co workers are helpful. Hardest part of job is not being able to assist with situations that are out of control due to weather, etc. The most enjoyable is being able to interact with passengers and make the Delta difference.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 14, 2016
Overall UI enjoyed my job at Delta. Was not a big fan of some in management I feel this was because a lot of us began losing our jobs in accounting due to out sourcing. Started bring in other s from the out side and at that point in my life with Delta felt caught at the age of 45 not sure where my future would end up. Delta is a good company to work for whit many areas to advance in. I enjoyed my work area focusing on my job. Delta taught me a lot about computers and sent me to many classes. When I first started at Delta in Interline Accounts we did not have computers!
Many areas to advance
Severance packages and out sourcing to other COUNTRIES, Many Americans were without employment! Bring American Jobs Back to the USA
senior coordinator in the ramp tower (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 12, 2016
a typical day at work was fun. I learned what it takes to get aircraft in and out in a safe and secure when controlling a/c in the ramp. we had a great and very knowledgeable management team.The hardest part of my job was getting all the business units to work together.the most enjoyable part of this job was all of my co-workers worked together as a team to accomplish in getting all a/c in and out safe and on time.
Certified electric pallet jack, Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 5, 2016
I started striping aircraft pulling the paint off for repainting.Then I bided into Stores Dept. Where I started driving Trucks and move up to an 18 wheeler.Where I drove up close to the Aircraft and unloaded with a fork lift. Follow all Regulations and rules.
Customer Service/Ticket Agent (Current Employee) – Jamaica, NY – January 3, 2016
A typical day at work is one that entails meeting people from many different cultures. What I have learned is to be more of a listener in that, people may speak in different tones, accents and gestures and in order to understand you first have to listen. My co-workers are very willing to assist in with problem resolutions and other work related issues. The hardest part of my job is telling passengers they are not going to make the flight because they have checked in late. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeking the children faces when they a travelling especially to Disney World.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 1, 2016
Delta Airlines is a great company to work for. The airport is a face paced work environment, so everyone pitches in and works hard, but when there are no flights on the ground you have time to relax and socialize.
International Sales & Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – December 28, 2015
I took continuous phone calls.... from Elite Members.... for reservations and award seats. ** I was able to ....sometimes.... TOUCH people's lives! ** It is a job where we experience.... "every day life".... for our customers! .... Sometimes.... not very happy times for people! ..... Life.... sometimes throws them a "curve"! If we are able to help them..... we can touch their lives!
I was able to help people! .....sometimes.... TOUCH their lives!
Baggage Handler (Current Employee) – East Elmhurst, NY – December 22, 2015
A typical day at work would be to bring the airplane in and unload the bags. Then load the plane back and wing walk it out. Then wait for the other airplane to come in. The hardest part is the down time. Sometimes you have to wait one hour or more for the planes to land. The most enjoyable part is the work.
Delta Aircraft Mechanic - A&P Licensed (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 21, 2015
I worked in base mx and C-ck line at Delta which our job was to perform mx on line aircraft that could not be done at the line, such as landing gear and engine replacement, fuel tank mods, interior replacement mods, and ground mx accident repairs. In the C-check line we performed the 5 day inspection checks. My training was mostly landing gear and flight controls, but I helped on engine replacement and fuel tank mods. I was trained in class on the 757,767,777, and MD88. My co-workers were great and worked hard as I did to meet the schedule. The hardest part of the job was helping to change an engine on the MD-11 #2 which was in the vertical fin and greasing the rudder using a bucket lift. The most enjoyable part of the job was to work for Delta and experience the airline world. After bankruptcy, the Airline has made huge strives to come back and make a great airline again. Paid more than half of their debt off and instituted profit sharing in place of their frozen pension system.
Great benefits and people
Bankruptcy and RIF which hit me the third go around in 2006
Purser and Language qualified cabin crew (Former Employee) – New York, NY and Miami, FL – December 21, 2015
Cabin crew is a very challenging but rewarding job. It takes you all over the world, allows you to work with multicultural crews and you meet some very interesting people. The layovers can be exciting also very short. It is all about managing your work with your personal life. Your life literally flies by you faster than any other job. You learn to know what your priorities are. You learn to accept sacrifice and compromise. Being on the move constantly can be challenging. The hardest part of the job is when things happen out of your control, i.e weather delays, mechanical problems with the aircraft. The most enjoyable part of the job is the flexibility. It is almost as if you are working freelance. You work when you want. One thing you learn over the years, just stick to the company guidelines, and you will be in good shape. Do everything the company asks you to do. There are established guidelines in place for a reason.
i need this job because i dont have a job right now
cleaning (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – December 18, 2015
I need a job because i dont have a job right now my last job i started 2013 and stopped at 2015 and i really want to work here in this job because i dont have a job right now and this job is closer to my house and i can make more money here.