THE FUTURE OF WORK
The Future of Work will be presented in four hour-long Zoom presentations held on four successive Thursdays, from Noon-1PM, starting February 18.
There is no cost to attend, but you must register for each presentation you would like to attend!
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Rob Lapsley, California Business Roundtable; Lenny Mendonca, McKinsey & Co., Caitlin Vega, Union Made Strategies; Evan White, California Policy Lab;
Moderated by Erika Smith, Los Angeles Times
For the third year in a row, California has seen a decline in population. Will this alter the state’s employment outlook? And, some high-profile companies have announced that they are leaving the state this year: is this a minor trickle, or the beginning of a deluge? With the rise of telecommuting, could out-of-state workers take California jobs? And, what happens with the single-biggest employment problem in the state: lack of affordable housing?
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez is at the forefront of much of the Progressive legislation that emerges from Sacramento. A longtime labor leader and organizer prior to holding office, Gonzalez is the author of AB5, the sweeping 2019 labor law that codified the Dynamex court ruling, and expanded worker protections. The tech companies’ backlash against AB5 ultimately sparked the effort to pass Proposition 22.
Senator Nancy Skinner; Micah Weinberg, CA Forward; Julie Baker, Californians for the Arts; Jot Condie, California Restaurant Association
Moderated by Sonya Sorich, Sacramento Business Journal
What will the workplace look like when the pandemic is over? One report indicates that women made up 100% of the job losses in December, 2020 – why, and what happens now? What will happen to the industries that have been particularly hard-hit, like restaurants and live events/entertainment? And what will be different about work post-pandemic: is working from home the ‘new normal’?
Leo Feler, UCLA Anderson Forecast; Tom Hiltachk, Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk; and Nicole Moore, Rideshare Drivers United
Moderated by Rich Ehisen, State Net Capitol Journal
After a hard-fought battle at the ballot box, Proposition 22 is law. But, questions remain, the first of which is: does it stand up to the current court challenge? How will 22 impact unions? What other industries may turn to gig work? And, what does a new, pro-labor administration in the White House mean for California?
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