I work for Delta as a male flight attendant. I get snickers from people I don't know sometimes when I tell them what I do. Really? Who cares about gender?! I am good at what I do. I get free travel and you don't. I meet awesome people and you don't. I get to move around and have amazing co-workers. So the jokes on them!
Saw that Delta was being talked about here so I wanted to share intel on a question that I am sure everyone wants to know. Do you get travel perks with the job? My friend who is a ready reserve agent tells me that even if you come in with low seniority, it is possible to get flights. You just have to find the right flights/times/days etc. traveling during the week is usually a safe bet and he has never missed an international flight that left on a weekday. I've heard nothing but good things from him.
Although it’s the shortest month of the year, February seems to draaaagggggg on. Anyone else agree?! So, why not take a break from your same old routine and change up the scenery a bit?
Maybe some family members are overdue for a visit, or there’s a corner of the world you’ve never seen. Regardless of your ambitions, #Delta makes it easy to travel anywhere you could dream of - even on a budget!
Here are three tips to finding affordable flights:
Use the right sites The first trick to finding affordable flights is to use the right websites. Google Flights, Skyscanner and Momondo are great resources to help you scan thousands of flights to ensure you’re getting the lowest price possible! You can decide which Delta fare is best for you, and you’ll be redirected to their site to book your flight.
Book at the right time It’s a misconception that booking flights as early as possible will save you the most money. [Delta agents suggest] that you should aim to purchase tickets 6 - 12 weeks before your anticipated departure date. This avoids last-minute pricing spikes but is close enough that tickets start to reflect discount costs.
Know the cheapest days to fly Friday’s are the most popular day to fly and therefore, are the most expensive day for tickets. Try booking a flight that leaves on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday for the best rates. Also, if you’re willing to leave super early or take on a redeye flight, you’ll save a few bucks!
Remember who the customer is. Excel in empathy. Stay focused on being polite and respectful regardless of how frustrated or angry your customer is. Represent the Delta brand with excellent customer service to retain the customer and turn the negative to a positive. The customer may forget what you say but they will not forget how you make them feel.
Inquiring about any job opportunities there are working for Delta Airlines
So this is the ad that Jobcase ran yesterday in local papers in major cities. Delta Air Lines shared $1.6bln with employees (other firms would have just done another shareholder buyback - not Delta). They are walking the walk in valuing their workers so Jobcase will move to reward that. Our Jobcase Team suggested that all of us Jobcasers not just consider working at delta but that we all fly delta. And Jobcase ran ads highlighting Delta In some major cities across USA.
If we harness our collective consumer dollars we can impact company's income statements. If we impact their profits then companies that treat workers better will outcompete those that don’t. When that becomes obvious then all companies will start treating workers better. We will harness capitalism to balance capitalism.
We know that Jobcasers:
1) care about others 2) know we all have to drive our own work life success & 3) believe workers should b valued as much as shareholders So. Join us. Fly Delta this month.
Congrats & thnx Delta And to other companies.. we’re just getting warmed up!!! Stay tuned... Onwards & upwards. #StrongerTogether
Hey Jobcase family – We know you all appreciate companies that treat workers right. So here’s a good one – Delta Air Lines! They’ve been showing their employees a lot of love lately.
Delta just shared $1.6 billion of profit with the folks who work for them. That’s a record high, and it means about TWO MONTHS of pay for the average person. It’s also the HIGHEST rate paid out amongst the 4 largest US airlines. That’s some serious love!
So, we have a couple suggestions for you:
FLY Delta. If you’re flying anytime soon, FLY Delta. Let’s spend our money with companies that know where their bread is buttered. It’s workers that make them successful, and Delta knows that. We can reward good employers by helping them HIRE and GET MORE SALES. When we do that together, other companies will have to treat their workers better!
APPLY for a Delta job. If you or someone you love is looking for work, check them out. We’re featuring Delta’s jobs on Jobcase (BTW, they did not pay us for this). We like how they treat their workers, so we thought you should know about their openings.
So stay tuned Jobcasers – to hear about other “people-first” companies. And if you have a good example of a company doing right by their workers, LET US KNOW! Just post about it right here in the community using these hashtags: #peoplefirst or #supportworkers
i want to work for delta i am 22 yr old. i try online through many job search but i dint get anything more link for job. can any one suggest or help to get job for entry level. i also have customer dealing experience.