Recorded: July 25th, 2019
This webinar provides information on how the “future of work” relates to social enterprises and their beneficiaries. Learn about SourceAmerica’s Future of Work program as a model for applying research, advocacy and social innovation to address the economic and social inclusion of persons with disabilities. The webinar covers macro-trend analysis around social, legislative, economic and technology issues that are dynamically shaping the labor market. Gain insights on why social enterprises serving diverse populations with barriers to employment should actively engage on this topic.
This webinar is the first in a series of webinars examining how the “future of work” relates to social enterprises and their beneficiaries. In the second webinar, you will learn how SourceAmerica used their research and human center design thinking techniques to develop interventions to mitigate impacts due to the changing the nature of work and how their research influenced their advocacy efforts. You can access the recording and slides for the second webinar here.
Suggested Readings and Sources
- Acemoglu and Restrepo (2019) – Demographics and automation.
- Acemoglu and Restrepo (2019) – The wrong kind of AI? Artificial Intelligence and the future of labor demand.
- Arntz and Zierhan (2016) – The risk of automation for jobs in OECD countries: A comparative analysis.
- Berriman and Hawksworth (2018) – Will robots really steal our jobs? An international analysis of the potential long term impact of automation.
- Frey and Osborne (2017) – The future of employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerization?
- Manyika, etc. (2017) – Jobs lost, jobs gained: Workforce transitions in a time of automation.
- Moretti (2013) – The new geography of jobs.
- Accenture’s Inclusive Future of Work
- The Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative
- Brookings Institution
- The McKinsey & Company Future of Work Portfolio
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)