“The only way to make things happen in the workplace is for people to team up and challenge the people who run these big companies. Just one person on their own isn’t enough.”
- Thomas L., Organise member
“The only way to make things happen in the workplace is for people to team up and challenge the people who run these BIG companies. Just one person on their own isn’t enough.” - Thomas, Amazon Worker“The only way to .png

Our mission is to give everyone the tools, network and confidence to make change happen at work.

 

Established March 2017

 

 

We're a community of people working to help every person in the UK get a fair deal at work. Anyone can start a campaign for free on Organise, and our staff and volunteers will help you every step of the way.

Our members running dozens of workplace specific campaigns (is it time you got some extra holiday days? Or better paternity pay?) and big national campaigns like the one to protect our paid holiday rights. There are now over 20,000 of us taking action with Organise.

Team up

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Make work right

 

Our staff team

 
 Nat and Oz from the Organise staff team

Nat and Oz from the Organise staff team

Nat Whalley
Executive Director
https://www.linkedin.com/in/natwhalley/

"I started Organise because I didn’t see anywhere for people who spot problems at work to proactively fix them. So far we've helped fix things at ITV, McDonald's and Tesco. On our own, we don’t have much power to change things in the places we work. But when we team up, we’re suddenly very powerful."

Usman Mohammed
Lead Campaigner
https://www.linkedin.com/in/usman-mohammed-4ab037b9/

"In 2017 we built the basic tools for people to team up and push for change in their workplace. A whopping 21,000 people are now using these tools. Every campaign this year was a bit of an experiment, to see if pushing for change inside workplaces using digital tools would work. And it turns out, it really does."

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"There’s strength in numbers. If companies can see that it matters to a large number of their employees, they are more likely to take action in order to retain staff. Big companies can afford this and set standards.”

- Specsavers employee

Community Guidelines

 

Thems the rules

 

 

We want Organise to be a space where the rights and voices of other are respected. This means that hate speech is not allowed - including but not limited to attacks on a person or group based on their race, class, ethnic origin, national origin, religion, disability, sex, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. 

You may not use the Organise Platform for any illegal purpose or activity. Please respect everyone's privacy. If you're unsure on anything, please check out our privacy policy

 

Each week 10% of Organise members share our experiences of work in the UK. Together we can spot shared challenges and team up to overcome them. 

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