WorksForUs is here to help you and your colleagues find your voice at work.
Whether you feel you're facing a problem alone or know you are speaking for many people, we can support you to talk to your colleagues, learn how they feel and share your opinions with your employer to find a way to make your workplace better and you and your colleagues happier.
It’s sometimes scary to speak out. WorksForUs exists to provide the support you need to take that first step.
New Campaign Campaigns
End Bullying and Harassment in the Beauty IndustryWorking in the beauty industry is not as glamorous as you may think. Recently the BBC* highlighted that one in 60 people work in the beauty industry, and many face bullying and harassment. Many, like those featured on the Victoria Derbyshire Show, have been forced to sign non-disclosure agreements meaning they can't speak out after already going through the ordeal of facing bullying and/or harassment at work. We need your voice to make the case for beauty industry workers to be protected from bullying and harassment in the workplace. Sign the petition now. *Victoria Derbyshire Show (27/11/2019)4 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Henry Skewes
Change the Long Hours Culture at WeWorkAnonymous testimony from WeWork employees in the UK points to an unhealthy and unproductive long hours culture. Employees describe having no work life balance, with work days of 14 hours or more regularly bookended with mandatory out of hours events. Workers should be consulted on when they work, for how long and how many out of hours events they need to attend. This would improve employees’ work-life balance and help to enable a happier and more productive workforce – good news for WeWork and those who work for it. We are calling for WeWork to listen to its employees and end its culture of long hours.1 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Henry Skewes
Stop Starbucks UK from Wasting FoodIn my store we throw out about 30 items of food at the end of the day but UK staff are not allowed to take some home without buying it and we are banned from giving it away to homeless shelters etc. In the US, Starbucks has implemented a 'Food Share' program that distributes leftover meals to food banks but what about the hundreds of Starbucks stores in the UK?3,596 of 4,000 SignaturesCreated by Anon Ymous
Goede CAO = Goede ZorgZodat we goede zorg kunnen blijven leveren.2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Tara O'Dowd
Stop making waiters top up accountsIn every restaurant there are days when accounts sometimes don't add up, but it is the responsibility of the owner to cushion that loss, not the lowest paid staff in the business.3 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Sam Toogood