Bonus | Firm to pay out £1.2bn in profit sharing to employees

Firm to pay out £1.2bn in profit sharing to employees

Delta Air Lines has announced plans to pay out more than £1.2billion ($1.6billion) in profit sharing to its employees, Daily News reported.

According to the firm’s CEO, Ed Bastian, the pay-out for the average employee will equate to about two months pay and land in employees’ bank accounts on Valentine’s Day, when the company is said to hold profit-sharing celebrations for workers across the country.

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