Know Your Rights

Our core values guide everything we do at Delta. In particular, treating each other with respect requires that we foster a work place where we all feel welcome and valued. This requires that we remain vigilant against any form of harassment, bullying or intimidation.

What do I do if I’m bullied, intimidated or harassed to sign an A-card?

  • First, you should know that Delta does not tolerate bullying or harassment in any form. Period.
  • Second, if you are subjected to bullying, let your leaders or HR manager know so they can take appropriate action.
  • Likewise, if you become aware that a co-worker is being bullied or harassed, we encourage you to use your training to attempt to defuse the situation and notify your leadership.
  • If we allow bullying to go unanswered, we endanger the Delta culture we’ve all worked so hard to build.

Excerpt from The Way We Fly

HARASSMENT, BULLYING OR OTHER FORMS OF INTIMIDATION ARE NOT TOLERATED.

Our workplace must be safe, respectful and free of unnecessary and inappropriate distractions. All employees are expected to work together professionally and to treat each other with dignity and respect…Any form of bullying or intimidation (whether physical, written or verbal) is forbidden.

If you believe that you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, bullying or intimidation or if you become aware of such behavior in the work place, report the matter. Notify your leader, any manager in your department, your Human Resources professional or the Equal Opportunity department.

Advocacy Policies

Delta policies are designed to protect both the rights of employees advocating for a union and those who are opposed to union representation, as well as those who want to be left alone, while upholding our brand in public and ensuring our work and non-work areas are managed appropriately.

  • Our advocacy policies generally permit advocacy in non-work areas and during non-work time.
  • There are guidelines for advocacy in crew lounges and break rooms that protect the use of such areas for both advocates and Delta people who wish to be left alone.
  • Delta has uniform and appearance policies that govern the display of pins, lanyards, bag tags, etc.
  • If you have any questions about Delta’s advocacy policies, please contact your leader.

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