Your job won’t love you back, no matter what love you give it. But the people you work with will. Organizations know this, and the worst among them actively exploit the bonds between colleagues to extract more labour, correctly assuming that you’re more willing to tolerate bad work conditions to protect your friends. Luckily, the strength of your bonds doesn’t only serve profit and productivity; it can also be harnessed for genuine solidarity. Labour organizing is most urgently about material conditions, about safe working environments and pay equity and adequate workloads and time for rest, but at its core it is also an expression of your collective morality: how should people be treated?