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Stop the bull. If your going to charge us for our flying. Pay us 15 to 25 an hour so we can afford to pay. We barley can survive. I hope the walk out goes world wide this summer. Let delta have it back. Go home don’t come back we hate you.

Answered - X employeee. (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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Low wages for the work you do. Poor management. They tell you you have flight privilege for free but it cost and it gets expensive if you have a family. Stay away from this company unless you like slave labor and being treated bad.dont care about their employees.give them a 1/2 star rating and that is being generous

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Get rid of DGS

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I would tell the CEO that he/she need to come onboard our to his/her work place to be a secret boss with dressing up in costume for the day to see how everything is ran so they would know hands on for them self how employees are been treated and the staff are been treated and they could make changes that way.

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Be upfront with the flight benefits. When you say “travel on us” it’s not necessarily true. Yield fare gets expensive when you are traveling as a family. Then add in the least status and get bumped its just hard. I was told a lot of things that didn’t necessarily work out.

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Get rid of narcissitic power hungry mgrs and ssupervisors run off 20 good dependable agentss a month

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Better equipment . better safety procedures. ability to communicate well with agents as well as management. video response on changes and how it effects us as a hole .

Answered - Ramp Agent (Current Employee) - Lexington, KY

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Conduct of A Great Leader is one that has an Integral Conversation, poised with Conduct, in terms of interaction in breakrooms-employees witness profanity from supervisors, managers who are nasty to female employees with verbal name calling. This is not integral, nor is permissable in the employee handbook, however this conduct is being accepted. I have had leaders literally lie after they had given me a directive to do - to then say they did not tell me to do it. I find this to be a reason to write the review I am submitting today. I have so much more to say but less space to write. Will someone please clean the house.

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I really appreciate the flight benefits, the hourly pay should go work at least two dollars

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Improve management

Answered - Fleet Service Agent (Former Employee) - SeaTac, WA

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