As of our last count on November 9, 2023, approximately 80 union-eligible employees have left Grindr following the first forced relocation announcement, the vast majority due to alleged union busting activity with multiple Unfair Labor Practice charges being investigated by the National Labor Relations Board. Those departures represent over 69% of Grindr's employees who would have been eligible to vote in a union election. By contrast, fewer than 20% of supervisors were impacted by the forced relocation decisions.
These decisions have lost Grindr:
- 100% of union-eligible product managers
- 100% of union-eligible designers
- Over 87% of union-eligible customer experience staff
- Over 77% of the union-eligible members of the engineering organization, including:
- 100% of union-eligible iOS engineers
- Over 86% of union-eligible web engineers
- Over 81% of union-eligible Android engineers
- 50% of union-eligible security staff
Map of union-eligible employees impacted since forced relocation announcement
The map only indicates the union-eligible employees who consented to have their location shared. It does not include supervisors or employees that have not given consent to be listed.