Successful Campaigns

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Successful Campaigns
  • Walmart: Stop Cutting Our Hours!
    After Associates delivered more than 20,000 petition signatures to dozens of stores around the country, Walmart implemented a new process for scheduling shifts. Associates from stores around the U.S. are reporting that when they clock in for a shift, a new screen asks them if they would like more hours. We're told managers are being instructed to provide Associates with more hours when requested. This is a major victory for Walmart Associates who've spent years speaking out about Walmart's scheduling practices, which left many workers without enough hours to pay their bills.
    21,508 Signatures
    Created by OUR Walmart
  • Don't Let Law Firms Hide Harassment and Discrimination
    NALP Agrees to Help Lift the Shroud on Firms’ Forced Arbitration Policies Read more here: https://www.peoplesparity.org/nalp-agrees-to-help-lift-the-shroud-on-firms-forced-arbitration-policies/
    1,011 Signatures
    Created by Pipeline Parity Project Picture
  • Groceries, Not Guns at Kroger
    CNBC reports: "Kroger on Tuesday [September 3, 2019] followed Walmart in asking shoppers not to openly carry guns in any of its stores, in states where 'open carry' is allowed, unless they are authorized law enforcement officers." https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/03/kroger-joins-walmart-asks-shoppers-not-to-openly-carry-guns-in-stores.html
    65 Signatures
    Created by Mary Mueller
  • Starbucks: Give us a fair workweek!
    Starbucks baristas in 12 states say they are now receiving as much as three weeks' notice of their schedules! The company has asked workers for more input into their schedules and seems to be rolling back the terrible practice of "clo-penings" (working back to back, opening and closing shifts). We started this campaign to demand Starbucks give us one-month advance notice of our schedules, stable hours, and access to full-time work. And the baristas we've heard from are saying things in their stores are changing. Thanks so much for joining us. Your voice -- and that of the more than 7,800 other signers of our petition -- was crucial in bringing about more predictable schedules for thousands of baristas.
    8,044 Signatures
    Created by Zee, Connor, Liberte, and Sarah
  • 11,039 Signatures
    Created by Mikey Fox Picture
  • We Support a Just & Healthy Workplace at WE ACT for Environmental Justice
    46 days after we took our campaign public, WE ACT for Environmental Justice has agreed to officially recognize our union! This is a huge victory for the program staff at WE ACT! We are deeply grateful for your support. Over 3,100 of you stood with us by signing our petition, and the public attention you helped bring to our campaign was, without a doubt, an important factor in this victory. We hope you'll celebrate your contribution today, and that you'll stay connected with us moving forward. Our next big step is to negotiate with management a fair and just contract that reflects and memorializes the key issues we've been fighting for all along: health, fairness, transparency, accountability, and a voice in the decisions that impact us day to day. If you're on Twitter, check out our page for live updates: twitter.com/weareweact
    3,147 Signatures
    Created by WE ACT Staff Union Picture
  • No Work for Amazon New York
    We won! Thanks to on-the-ground organizing, Amazon has announced they are backing out of their plan to build an “HQ2” in New York City! We showed the world that big business and billionaires can’t buy our city. New York belongs to the many, not the few.
    626 Signatures
    Created by Tech Action Picture
  • FIFA: The World Cup Should Be Played on Natural Grass
    While we were not able to convince FIFA to change the playing surface for the 2015 World Cup, we did succeed in getting FIFA to commit to natural grass for all future Women's World Cups, and we showed the world how professional athletes can ban together to demand that women have access to the same playing conditions as men. Thanks to this global effort, women in professional soccer around the world are demanding more -- and getting it. Let's keep fighting and winning!
    22,960 Signatures
    Created by Sophie Vick
  • Let us dye our hair
    We won! Thanks to all the baristas who spoke out, Starbucks is now allowing employees to have pink, purple, and green hair. We did it! https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2016/07/25/starbucks-allows-pink-hair-fedoras-under-new-dress-code/87538478/
    645 Signatures
    Created by Diana Gonzalez
  • Let us have visible tattoos!!!
    Starbucks announced that it has changed its dress code and will now allow employees to show non-offensive visible tattoos, as long as they are not on the face or throat, effective on Monday, October 20, 2014. I am jumping up and down and am so excited that we can now be more comfortable at work! I'm thrilled that Starbucks listened to feedback from employees like me and has updated its policy. I'm also so thankful to the thousands of baristas and supporters who joined my campaign and shared their stories about why this is important. I never thought my petition on Coworker.org would be signed by so many baristas around the world and it’s great that when we come together, we can make our company better. I’m ecstatic and going out to buy a short sleeve shirt for work right now!
    25,731 Signatures
    Created by Kristie Williams Picture