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Rep. Nydia Velazquez 10 May 19
It is absolutely offensive that while workers struggle to exercise their lawful right to organize and secure better, more livable wages the company would suggest they instead play video games.
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Teamsters 10 May 19
Shame on you ! "Let them play video games"? Your employees deserve better.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal 10 May 19
Totally disrespectful and shameful anti-union tactic from . All workers deserve the right to be organized and heard. That’s why I’m proud to co-sponsor the , which reinforces workers’ rights to advocate for themselves.
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Rep. Mark Pocan 9 May 19
Delta's CEO made $13.2 million in 2017 – more than any other airline CEO – yet he won't let workers fight for better wages. This anti-worker and anti-union campaign is EXTREMELY insulting to the thousands of airline employees who work hard every single day.
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Jordan Loyd 20 Jul 19
Delayed flight caused me to miss my 1st class connecting flight in LA. As I ran to the gate, The door was closed right in front of me then I was put on 2 more connecting flights which WEREN'T 1st class to get to my destination. Something needs to be done.
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Randi Weingarten 9 May 19
Who cares about healthcare, fair wages, a voice on the job or your colleagues... just buy yourself a video game. Delta's campaign is offensive and insulting.
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BRM 8 Aug 16
line for information spans the entire B concourse
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Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO 9 May 19
This is an embarrassment for Delta and insulting to its employees. The truth is: when workers join together in unions, they earn higher wages and get better benefits, Plus they get respect and representation at work, which it sounds like Delta employees badly need.
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Liz Shuler 11 May 19
. makes a good point: no matter what kind of work you do, banding together for a stronger voice on the job just makes plain sense!
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Lily Eskelsen García 10 May 19
Dear : We are giving you an F for union busting.❌ Our collective union voice brings respect and dignity to working families. Sincerely, America’s educators
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AFSCME 10 May 19
Posters made by as part of an effort to dissuade thousands of its workers from joining a union drew a torrent of criticism after they were posted on social media Thursday.
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Carmen Daniels Jones 27 Apr 18
20 years ago I took a . flight from TLH to DCA, with connection in ATL. My wheelchair wasn’t on the plane in ATL. I was offered food vouchers to make up for it. Seems things haven’t gotten much better. Updated policy and training are a must.
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BJ Stabler 1 Aug 19
Well guess what is happening again... on my way to ATL on and my flight gets delayed which... makes me miss my connecting flight. Yay.
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Machinists Union ✈️🚊🚀 9 May 19
Replying to @Delta
Our statement on 's attack on their own employees.
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San Diego Labor Council 9 May 19
🗣🗣🗣ALL TOGETHER NOW🗣🗣🗣 📢What’s disgusting?! UNION BUSTING! 📢What’s outrageous?! POVERTY WAGES! (that 100% don’t allow you to buy a video game system) Shame on you .
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Gaar Adams 18 Jul 17
On 3893. Finish boarding THEN told pilot wont even land for 45 mins. How is this not anticipated/communicated earlier?
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Lauren McGowan (She/her) 9 May 19
Hey - frequent flyer here who is very angry about this disgraceful move to discourage union membership. Unions strengthen families, communities, and the workforce. Do better. Much better.
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Nevada State AFL-CIO 9 May 19
A bald-faced, insulting, and cowardly move by to weaken the collective bargaining power of employees. Shame on them.
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International Association Firefighters 7th Dist. 9 May 19
It’s simple. Don’t support
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Machinists Union ✈️🚊🚀 9 May 19
Insulting. Without an IAM contract, many workers have to work 2-3 jobs just to survive. They have no time to play games.
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