Labor Board Clears Delta Air Lines for a Third Time

Washington Post
December 9, 2011

A federal labor board has cleared Delta Air Lines of allegations that it interfered in a union election by its customer service workers. A federal labor board cleared Delta Air Lines of allegations that it interfered in a union election by its customer service workers.

The ruling on Friday dealt with a November 2010 vote covering more than 15,000 workers including ticket agents, cargo workers who deal with customers and reservation sales workers. In response to the ruling, Delta said it will immediately equalize benefits, pay and work rules for customer service workers. That will mean raises for most of the former Northwest employees.

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