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It was clear long before this recent push to unionization that we need a way to bargain collectively with the Museum. [. . .] To put it simply, they have an organization, we need one. [. . .] I sincerely believe a YES vote on unionization will bring about a better future for everyone involved; for the employees in terms of better compensation and working conditions, and for the Museum itself in terms of a better overall product to the viewing public and an even better standing in the art world at large.
The Guggenheim respects the right of employees to decide whether they wish to be represented by a union and encouraged all eligible employees to vote. The Museum is committed to maintaining a fair, respectful, and positive work environment for all Guggenheim employees, whether or not they chose to be represented by a union.