Workers at an animal protection group want a union. The CEO, not so much.

The dispute is not about money, but about social justice and workplace culture at the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

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“A seat at the table”

Union supporters describe the ALDF as “uber-hierarchical,” with decision-making concentrated at the top. “That is not conducive to a healthy workplace, especially in the nonprofit world,” one says. “Our goal is to make this a more collaborative place to work.”

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From the Twitter feed of @ALDFUnited
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Stephen Wells

Reporting on philanthropy, psychedelics, animal welfare, global poverty, etc. Ex-Fortune. Baseball fan. Runner. Seen in Gen, Marker, Elemental, OneZero.

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