Now that you have defined the issue that you want to change and have built some support amongst your co-workers, the next step is to consider your options in moving decision makers who can impact your issue.
Every workplace and issue has its specific circumstances, so we’ve outlined multiple tactics that can be used. Expect that it’s normal to start small and build up, and you may need to repeat actions.
No situation is the same, so it’s important to consider different actions depending on what your main issue is.
Use one of the outlined tasks, or use one of your own, just be sure to report it back to us.
As you complete these tasks, you can check your progress here at OrganizeWith.Us. We want to help you make your workplace better.
You must complete 3 tasks to move on to the next step.
More One-on-One Conversations
The more co-workers on board, the better. Here are more ways to have those conversations.
One of the simplest ways to bring change on the job is by presenting your boss with a worker petition.
In some cases, bringing your demands public can help your case.
Meeting with the Boss
A powerful tool to bringing about change at work is to meet with your boss.
Workers united on the job can show unity, and help your cause.