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Delta flight attendants reject unionizaton

Delta's 20,000 flight attendants rejected membership in the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA union, the National Mediation Board announced today. The union, which said it would ask the board to review the election because of what it said was intimidating pressure on employees to reject unionization. The Delta workforce includes 7,000 former Northwest flight attendants who had been unionized for 60 years. Read a little more about it here.

Delta flight attendants reject unionizaton

Delta's 20,000 flight attendants rejected membership in the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA union, the National Mediation Board announced today. The union, which said it would ask the board to review the election  because of what it said was intimidating pressure on employees to reject unionization. The Delta workforce includes 7,000 former Northwest flight attendants who had been unionized for 60 years. Read a little more about it here. 

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