Thread regarding Delta Air Lines Inc. layoffs

September 30

Great so delta will lay us off after September 30th they promised that so they can get there billions that all this is. Well see if all these voluntary leaves can extend this date further so airline can come back but article I read 8 hours after Bill was signed ED said we will need to be smaller leaner airline with less people

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This is standard executive posturing. They make claims that "this round of free money won't be enough to eliminate job reductions" so that they can bargain for more money. This money ends up mostly in executive salaries, and then what's left over goes to the peons!
I worked for this f—ed up company years ago in the 1990's when they axed a huge segment of the workforce. At the end of this initiative, all the executives gave themselves 6 figure bonuses for fighting the good fight. i exited shortly after this time after giving them 10 years. The pilots emerged from this cutback unscathed because they had a union, but the rest of the workers took one on the chin. Thanks Delta!

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Post ID: @27len+14cx9upO

Time for Delta to retire old planes and old workers. Welcome to the new world.

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Post ID: @1cgei+14cx9upO

Been working for dal for over 40 years now. Dal is going to drop the biggest ax they ever had come Oct 1st. Close maintenance stations and force what is left to transfer at there cost to a maintenance station if they have seniority to hold it less they will be laid off. Former CEO Woolman rolls over in his grave once again.

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Post ID: @uepm+14cx9upO

Thats how I am reading this

Layoffs on 10/1/2020

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/27/corovanirus-fallout-united-airlines-warns-aid-isnt-enough-to-avoid-workforce-cuts.html

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