"Or would you rather fly on an aircraft where
they make minimum wage..."
Delta pays their
employees the best in the industry...If they're not happy
with that they need to start looking...then they would
see how difficult it is to find a new job starting at
where they are now...You're blessed.
nice to have more, but for now, you're truly blessed.
Just imagine .. without it.
are you talking about? An L1011 is the easiest to
change since it is a pedestal type seat with only four
bolts holding it down and one electrical connector,if
everything runs perfect 20 mins.For me an MD88 is the worst,
no space to work for a man my size, again, if
everything goes perfect 35 mins. This would be actual time
to change the seat from the time you start to
finish. But there are a lot of other variables to throw
in, won't go into them unless you want me to, such
as, is there a seat available.
My guess is it took longer than you thought it
should or you wouldn't be asking. Sometimes what should
be a simple few minutes turns really ugly for one
reason or another. Not knowing all the details I think
I'll leave it at that...
Thank you not only for your post, but for being
one team player that can express his feelings and
opinions in a fair way. Doesn't make any difference
whether me or anyone else agrees or disagrees, it's the
"fact" that you can express things in a decent way. I
know there will be some child on the board shortly
that will have a "cute" comment because I thanked you,
but I can only consider the source. Thanks again and
I too am glad that you are a Delta employee and
this is, of course, just my opinion...clyde
I disagree with your post on clyde and feel he
has given quite a few facts about Delta on this
board. He is also one of the few that post here that
offers his opinion on both sides of an issue. What
bothers me most is the posters that call him all kinds of
names because they don't agree with him. If you don't
agree with him thats fine, i on the other hand am glad
he is a Delta employee.................just my
from your HR book.
I thought you might
enjoy this quote from one of my
"Mathematically, the selection of two points on an operating
characteristic curve uniquely defines a single sampling plan
through those points. In practice, this means that the
appropriate balancing of consumer and producer interests, as
exemplified by the choice of a Producer's Risk point (p1,
1-a) and a Consumer's Risk point (p2, B) leads to a
unique single sampling plan. For simplicity, this fact
is demonstrated using the Poisson
Not bad, Huh?
Quotin' from books is fun!!