At the League, our commitment to sustainability and ethical practices is the embodiment of our responsibility to animals, to our people, to our community and to the planet. 

Our core principles 

Safety first:

We operate on a safety-first premise and our Health, Safety and Wellbeing Committee meet regularly with the objective of promoting the wellbeing and safety of our people. We ensure our culture, processes and policies provide a compassionate environment that prioritises health and mental wellness. 

Ethical business practices:  

Accredited by the Good Business Charter in 2020, our ethical approach is ingrained in our operations. Whether it’s paying fair tax, ethical sourcing and prompt payment of suppliers, sustainability in our operations, or our passionate commitment to our supporters, we aim to ensure fairness, transparency and accountability in all endeavours. 

Pay and benefits:  

We believe in fair contracts and fair pay, demonstrating our commitment to this as an accredited Living Wage employer. We actively monitor and report on gender, ethnicity and disability pay gaps. We strive to recognise and reward our people and regularly benchmark to ensure that pay and benefits are competitive. 


We make sure we stay connected, and we work hard for animals, but actively promote work-life balance for our people. We recognise the benefit that flexibility of working hours and location brings to wellbeing. We also believe time off is very important and reflect this in our time-off policies with generous holiday entitlement, compassionate leave for loved ones and pets, and paid volunteering days to ensure everyone has the opportunity to reset and have a well-rounded life. 

Inclusiveness and input:  

Embracing inclusivity, we believe employee input is vital to our success. We work collaboratively, encourage contribution and engage with staff committees and various feedback avenues to ensure all voices are heard.

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