Senior Purser/Supervising Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30320 – March 19, 2019
I can;t say enough to express how fabulous Delta is as a company. I also can't express enough how much I regret taking early retirement at 15 years to become an RN. If you have an offer from Delta Air Lines, do not turn it down for any reason, and NEVER leave until you just can't work anymore due age or injury
Excellent Place to work - easy to get lost in corporate culture
TechOps Liaison Engineering Co-Op (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 18, 2019
Delta was an excellent place to start working. Benefits such as the ability to fly standby was delightful. Because of the large size, it was relatively easy to transition horizontally. Not so much vertically. The corporate culture was strong and powerful due to 80k plus employees. It was easy to feel lost in the crowd or like another cog in the machine.
Performance Leader (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 17, 2019
The best job I ever had, spent 21 years and only left for personal reasons due to work hours were not conducive to my family situation. It was very hard to make the decision to leave to pursue another opportunity.
BAGGAGE HANDLER/RAMP OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 16, 2019
Get your foot in the door and work your way up! Best advice I can give! Even if you start on the ramp, it’s one of the best places I’ve ever worked, and I can’t stress enough. Get your foot in the door first and then move your way up.
Flight Attendant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 15, 2019
This company is by far the best company that I have ever worked for. It truly is a family atmosphere, and I could not sing their praises any higher. I began this job just wanting to travel and have gotten far more than I ever imagined out of this company. I never thought I would be a flight attendant for life, but this is my life-long career.
Operations Service Manager (STL) (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 15, 2019
Delta Airlines is a great company, because of the The Delta Difference, that separates their company and their people from their competitors. Their culture of treating others with dignity and respect and doing what is right continues to make Delta a great place to work,
Culture, Brand, Individually and collectively
the higher you move up in the company more politics come into play
Red Coat Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – March 14, 2019
The typical work day depends on the season. Summer travel is very stressful. I learned how to be patient and always remain positive in those situations. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with my customers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – March 14, 2019
Meeting new faces everyday from different backgrounds and cultures was the best feeling to me. I helped check in people for their flights each morning then would meet them at the gates to board the flight. I would meet the planes when they landed assist with disable passenger that needed wheelchairs. Finding lost luggage after a passengers arrives without their bags, gives me joy to put a smile back on their face.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 14, 2019
Delta was a great company to work for, but it did take away from my time with family. Did not like the fact that all my holidays would be working for a number of years and missing so many of my sons events.
Skymiles Sales and Service (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 13, 2019
good company with a great training program. Wasn't a big fan of the health insurance benefits but at least they offered something. Can travel for free as long as you are not in a rush to get there but if you are then they do offer discounts.