= " a platform which enables workers to build campaigns and petition for changes in their workplace. Individuals can start petitions and their colleagues, even if they are geographically remote, can support the campaign digitally". 
"Its success stems from its impressive user base. Starbucks, for example, has a vast workforce spread across more than 23,000 stores in 65 countries, yet 10% of employees are registered on CoWorker.
A successful CoWorker campaign led to the decision by Starbucks to end ‘Clopenings’ (asking employees to work back-to-back shifts over night, meaning they close the shop and then open it again the next morning) after more than 10,000 Starbucks employees signed a petition. In another high-profile win in October, Skechers was forced to announce that they were rethinking their dress code policy after employees organised a petition in protest against the brand’s opposition to visible tattoos." (https://digitalsocial.eu/blog/44/workertech-fighting-for-better-work-through-technology)