Delta Airlines is the worlds largest airline and makes around $28 billion a year in revenue. But when its workers want to organize a union, the airline pulls out all the stops. Recently 20,000 flight attendants attempted to join a union, but Delta used all the dirty tricks they could to prevent them.
While the flight attendants lost the election by just a few hundred votes, the union is calling for, and is likely to get, a revote because of widespread interference by the company. There are more votes coming up in Delta. Let them know that workers have the right to organize a union without company interference.
Send this letter Delta CEO Richard Anderson telling him to respect his workers' right to organize and not to interfere with union elections.
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