Questions and Answers about DAL Global Services

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Dreadful, broken promises lack of integrity. Lack of materials needed to do your job. Equipments are always broken managers are lazy. Degrading, no morals. Its definitely dreadful to come in everyday

Answered - Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Former Employee) - Santa Ana, CA

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All are normal nothing special.I enjoy working no stress.Its all the same working in airline experience.Learned to work under American atmosphere.No Regrets.

Answered - Import Export Office Agent (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Loved it the first 5 years! Hated it the last 8 months. Poor management in the latter half of my time with them lead to a dismantled "team" and very low employee morale.


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Appreciate it everyday
I am a people's person

Answered - Customers Services (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN 55450

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A new day, a new start. The daily number of flights are less than past Summer's making the workload more bearable.

Answered - Ramp Agent Ready Researce (Current Employee) - Honolulu, HI

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I enjoy my job, working with customers and being able to assist customers with traveling.

Answered - Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) - Canton, OH

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I enjoyed going to work because i was intrigued with the notion of flying, being around those big metal machines, I thoroughly enjoyed myself.

Answered - Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Former Employee) - Peoria, IL

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I really do enjoy what I do. There is an excitement working with the travelling public who are there for business or personal travel.

The downtime between live flights can be long.

Your schedule is yours. Life MUST revolve aroud your schedule.

Answered - Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee) - North Canton, OH

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Always ready. Never enjoyed the senseless jokes though

Answered - Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA

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