Benefits

DELTA offers highly competitive salaries, excellent opportunities for staff development and advancement, and an impressive and innovative benefits package.

Benefits Overview:

  • Compensation: A full-time work week is 40 hours. Non-exempt employees may earn overtime and exempt employees may take advantage of DELTA Time, where each hour worked over 40 equals one hour of DELTA Time. DELTA offers a bonus plan that recognizes and rewards outstanding service.
  • Leave: Eligible employees are provided with vacation days, personal holidays, select government holidays, and DELTA Time.
  • Workplace Flexibility: DELTA offers flexible work arrangements to employees when permitted. Flexible scheduling and telecommuting are components of DELTA’s Workplace Flexibility Plan.
  • Health: DELTA offers two separate medical options to eligible employees in addition to an Opt-Out program, effective day of start. DELTA offers a dental PPO plan and voluntary vision insurance. DELTA offers a flexible spending account whereby employees can put aside up to $2,500 for medical expenses and $5,000 for dependent care.
  • Retirement Plan: Eligible employees may contribute to DELTA's 401(k) plan immediately upon hire. DELTA contributes three percent (3%) of salary regardless of employee deferral. Employee contributions are also matched 50 cents per dollar up to an additional three percent (3%). There is no vesting requirement at DELTA; therefore every dollar is retained by employees immediately.
  • Additional Benefits: DELTA provides short-term and long-term disability insurance, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; tuition and certification assistance; and a housing assistance program. In addition, DELTA provides an employee assistance program, a monthly transportation allowance, a college savings plan, an annual health club subsidy, and employee eligibility for credit union participation.

The DELTA Career Development Plan (DCDP) is a tool for career development and progression. DELTA managers support employee development through goal-setting, training, mentoring, and evaluation.

  • Goal Setting: During the indoctrination process, DELTA employees work closely with their managers to set professional baseline, short-term, and long-term goals. Managers provide goals and objectives as well as clarification on tasks.
  • Training: In addition to On-The-Job (OTJ) training, managers and employees may utilize internal training captured through IT tools.
  • Mentoring: Less experienced employees are partnered with more experienced employees to facilitate professional development and guidance.
  • Evaluation: Managers and employees meet on an annual basis to review goals, progress, and accomplishments.

As part of an employees DCDP, DELTA may offer up to $5,000 a year in tuition assistance for the completion of a bachelor's or master's degree.

DELTA may also offer up to $2,500 a year to eligible employees in support of professional certifications.