Union tactics are "frightening" workers, Delta chief says

Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson says home visits by union organizers have been "frightening" for some employees. "If you feel threatened, please call the police," Anderson told workers in a recorded phone message, noting complaints of unannounced visits and blocked driveways. A spokesman for the International Association of Machinists, which is seeking to organize Delta ground workers, says the charges are "completely not true."

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