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Delta Catering Workers ‘Left In Poverty' To Protest At MSP Airport

9 days ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Delta Air Lines' catering workers say they plan to protest Friday and draw attention to all those they say the airline has left in poverty.
Delta plans to pay out more than $1 billion in profit sharing to employees worldwide for the sixth year in a row. The record $1.6 billion payout pool, translates to a 16.7 percent payout for eligible employee, equal to two months of extra pay.
At a profit sharing celebration, Delta unveiled a plane dedicated to the “world's best employees” with more than 90,000 employee names written on the aircraft, which form the words “thank you.”
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