Opinion: Don't delay unionization vote at Delta

10/15/2009 | Detroit Free Press

In a letter to the Detroit Free Press, three current or former Delta Air Lines CEOs argue that union efforts to change voting rules are unfair and counterproductive. "More than 50,000 Delta flight attendants and ground employees remain in limbo, simply because the unions are trying to change the rules in the middle of the process to improve their chances of winning an election," the executives write. "There is no reason for delaying Delta's elections and we see no reason for the [National Mediation Board] to discriminate against Delta employees."

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