Congress is Digging Into Delta’s Anti-Union Tactics. Here’s How You Can Help

Delta Air Lines is continuing to run its anti-union campaign against its own employees, thinking there won’t be consequences. Those days are over.

The Congressional Labor Caucus recently heard from Delta workers during the IAM’s visit to Capitol Hill, and now our allies in Washington, D.C. are joining us to call Delta out.

Join us in sending a message to your members of Congress encouraging them to tell Delta CEO Ed Bastian to STOP Delta’s anti-union campaign.

“This neutrality agreement would simply free Delta workers from intimidation and allow them a pathway to join a union and collectively bargain if they wish,” said IAM International President Brian Bryant.

Read the entire letter letter here — then join us in telling Congress that it’s time for Delta to stop trampling on our RIGHT to join a union.  

“The IAM applauds the Congressional Labor Caucus for providing support in amplifying the voices of workers in Delta Air Lines,” said IAM Air Transport Territory General Vice President Richie Johnsen. “This support is instrumental in the success of one of the most significant organizing campaigns in recent memory.”

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