Delta CEO’s Letter: Our Support for Employees, Congress, Please Read

February 14, 2024
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Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian has sent a letter to members of Congress to discuss the company’s efforts in supporting its employees. The letter comes after more than 100 House members called on Bastian to stay neutral in union talks at the company.

In the letter, Bastian highlighted a $1.4 billion profit-sharing arrangement for front-line workers and an emergency savings program that allows participating employees to earn $1,000 from Delta to fund a rainy day account.

The House members’ letter called on Bastian to commit to implementing a neutrality agreement with regard to union organizing efforts, urging him to negotiate in good faith if employees choose to form a union.

Flight attendants from major airlines picketed outside of over 30 airports, demanding fair contracts and higher pay.

Delta said it welcomes the dialogue with the members of Congress and believes that every employee has the right to choose or reject union representation without interference.

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