Team up. Make work right.

Whether you want higher pay, flexible working, paid parental leave or something else, getting organised is the first step to a better workplace for everyone.

How it works:

1. Collect ideas for ways to improve your workplace using a survey

2. Team up with colleagues to push for change with a petition

3. Companies hear their employees - making changes that help everyone get a better deal at work

Organise is the UK's place for workplace campaigning. Join our mailing list and keep up to date with our campaigns:

Our Campaigns

Uber: play by the rules and get your London license back

If uber play by the rules, get their license back - none of us lose out.

River Island: Let us swap our shifts!

Know someone who shops or works at River Island? Please sign the petition demanding a change to how River Island treat their staff:

McDonald's: Pay us £10 an hour

It's not fair that staff should have to cope on minimum wage and rely on payday loans when they don't get the hours. Sign the petition:

Better parental leave at ITV

We're using people-power to show ITV that we expect more when it comes to our flexible working and parental leave policies:

Shared Parental Pay for the self-employed

Self-employed parents are not eligible for Shared Parental Pay. The current system is unfair & unequal. Sign the petition to demand change:

Make a 'worker voice' law in the UK

When 2% of staff demand to be asked about something - eg. flexible working or a pay rise - it should automatically trigger a formal consultation:

Get organised: Anna's story

At 8 weeks pregnant, Anna hadn't told her work about her pregnancy yet. Then it was announced that her department was being cut in a restructure. Not only would Anna lose her job, but she'd lose 6 months at full pay of maternity benefits.

She approached her union, who told her there was nothing she could do. But Anna didn't give up. She decided to use the Organise Platform to crowd-fund for legal fees to secure her maternity benefits. Within 24 hours of Anna talking to her bosses about the campaign, her workplace promised her 5 months full maternity pay and a job when she came back from maternity leave.