Our workforce is becoming more diverse. New technologies - including artificial intelligence, automation, and big data – are changing the fundamental nature of work. Non-standard low-wage jobs are growing, leaving workers facing unpredictable and unstable work schedules and eroding bargaining power. Who is getting left behind and how do we create a more vibrant and just economy for the jobs of today and the future?
Anna Wadia, Senior Program Officer, Future of Work(ers), Ford Foundation (Moderator)
Sarita Gupta, Director, Future of Work(ers), Ford Foundation
Heather Boushey, President & CEO, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
This session was part of the Equity and the Future of Work, Workers and Social Supports meeting hosted by Economic Opportunity Funders in New York in November 2019. For more information visit eofnetwork.org/eof-fall-meeting/.