Baggage Handler/Ramp Operator (Former Employee) – Highfill, AR – March 9, 2017
This was one of my funnest jobs to work at. Mainly because my co-workers made it an enjoyable place to work at. The job was not too difficult to learn but after I figured out most of the bag scanners and the computer affiliation with it, the job was smooth sailing. While working here the best part was getting free flights wherever I wanted, but the pay was not that great.
Lead Analysis Associate (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – March 9, 2017
Great place to work. Everyone was approachable and respectful. I would go back there in a heartbeat! Excellent benefits and work/life balance. Ability to earn free flight passes for not missing any work time in a calendar year.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – slc ut – March 8, 2017
I hear working in other departments is better but working in reservations is the worst place to work for and when someone complains about something your manager never ever has your back even tho you give passangers the right information.
Customer Care Supervisor (Current Employee) – Hapeville, GA – March 6, 2017
Delta is a great company! Everything is based on seniority but pretty much fair. Very family oriented and Community focused. It's difficult if you need a certain schedule because like I said everything is based on seniority.
RAMP AGENT (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 5, 2017
good Flight benefits, bad management and outdated policies. The scheduling was terrible and they favored employees. Management was corrupt and employees would do anything for another stepping stone. Great job just have to keep a low profile and don't over work yourself.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 3, 2017
I was a supervisor that was responsible for the morning shift. Take freight to the gate from the warehouse, and pick up freight to come back to the warehouse from the gates. Make sure that we picked up freight on time, and drop off on time as well.
During my time with Delta Air Lines, I learned a lot about the industry and was able to travel all over the world, which was a wonderful perk, but due to work schedules it was difficult to find time to travel as much as I would have liked.
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 2, 2017
Delta as a company has been performing well, and your job security is good as long as you follow the rules (though they're constantly adding/modifying rules). The best part about working for Delta is the flight benefits, and the flexible schedule. If you don't want to work a particular day you can give it away to someone willing to pick it up, and vice versa. My biggest problem is the lack, or nonexistence, of internal promotion. Once you're in a department, you're pretty much locked in with little chance of moving up in the company.
International Performance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 1, 2017
Delta Airlines is the epitome of work life balance. Some of the best times of my life happened within the walls of Delta. I learned the importance of business professionalism ans Delta offered great opportunities for upward mobility.
Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 1, 2017
This company is a great, fun and productive place to work. The pay is reduced to compensate for the flight benefits. The hours available to work is based off seniority, so if you do not have a flexible time to work then this would be a difficult job to have.