Steven_Berkenfeld_Barclays_Capital_2015

Steven_Berkenfeld_Barclays_Capital_2015

10th December 2015 – Washington, DC – The United States Department of Labor (USDOL) hosts the “Future of Work” symposium focusing on the how work will be defined in the 21st Century. Panel discussions will touch on topics from women in the work force, worker health and safety, new digital jobs in emerging platforms, skills training and workforce development, international connections, and workers voices in the new workforce.
Wage and Hour Administrator Dr. David Weil moderates “Opportunities and Challenges in the Changing Structure of Work: A Frank Discussion of Winners and Losers in a Changing Labor Market”
(LtoR) Natalie Foster, Institute for the Future, Edward Montgomery, Georgetown University, Katharine Abraham, University of Maryland, Administrator Dr. David Weil, Ken Zimmerman, Open Society Foundations, Sarita Gupta, Jobs with Justice, Steven Berkenfeld, Barclays Capital.

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