Starting and running your campaign on Organise is really easy, but we also understand that the first steps to making a change are really scary.
From setting up and getting your first few signatures, to planning tactics with your supporters, to anonymously delivering your petition to your target - the Organise team are with you every step of the way 💪🏽
Starting a campaign to change things is easy, pick one of the three options that best suits your workplace and the Organise team will help you every step of the way…
You can collect ideas about how to fix a particular challenge by asking a question or running a snap poll. You can choose to ask everyone or just people in the same sector or workplace as you.
Writing an open letter can be a powerful way to show the scale of support in your workplace or sector. You can choose to reveal the names immediately or once the letter hits 10, 50 or 100 signatures.
If you know what change you'd like to see at your workplace, a petition can be a quick way to build support. Your message will be backed up by hundreds of like-minded colleagues and other supportive workers.
That's millions of people-powered survey answers, petition signatures, open letters, and hundreds of thousands of emails to CEOs, MPs and company boards.
Actions created and led by workers to push for change inside companies, across industries and even countries
Amazon agreed to overhaul a destructive business practice, after a powerful Organise network campaign in partnership with ITV News exposed the wasteful behaviour.
Nearly 500 Amazon warehouse workers ran a survey on Organise to sound the alarm on Amazon’s wasteful business practices. Workers reported over 100,000 unsold items - smart TVs, laptops, perfumes, unopened food and drink still in its packaging - get destroyed at their warehouse each week, instead of being donated or resold. Quickly, thousands of Organise network members flooded in to support the workers and sign a huge petition calling on Amazon to stop destroying items - and donate them instead.
Organise members emailed their representatives and the Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng about this issue - turning the heat up on Amazon UK’s CEO. Then, Organise members teamed up with ITV to expose the wasteful practice on national TV news. The report mapped the scale of Amazon waste at 8 different warehouses across the country - and put further pressure on Amazon to change its ways.
And then - we won! Amazon announced they've overhauled how they process returned items and are committing to big changes - not just in the UK, but in the US, France, Germany, and Spain too.
Each action gets us closer to our vision of a world where decent, fairly paid work is available and accessible to all, and where all of us are treated with dignity and respect at work.
Whether you’re a retail assistant calling for at least three people on shifts in case of an accident, or a self-employed mum campaigning to change the law around parental leave. Together we’re a powerful network who stand up for each other and win positive change in our working lives.
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