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Delta Criticized for New Employee Social Media Policy

Delta Criticized for New Employee Social Media Policy
Ryan Boyd

Carla Siegel, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM)’s Deputy General Counsel, has written an open letter to Delta Air Lines questioning the carrier’s social media policy for employees, claiming that the “broadly written” wording could be used to stifle legitimate grievances and expressions of discontent with the carrier.

Additionally, the new policy appears to refer to IAM’s attempt to unionize workers, saying that concerns about “pay, job duties, coworkers, issues with company policy, or general criticisms about Delta are best directed to your manager.” Siegel fired back by saying that the “best way to address those issues is to discuss them with coworkers in an environment where they are free from the intimidating and coercive influences of their managers.”

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