Webinar: The Workforce of the Future

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Thursday, October 28, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)

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The Workforce of the Future

October 28, 2021

1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.

Free webinar

Please join us for the final webinar of the Innovating Georgia’s Workforce Pipeline 2021 Webinar Series. This event will explore the workforce of the future, from emerging trends and skills to how COVID-19 will reshape labor markets long-term. The workforce landscape has been heavily impacted over the last two years and is reshaping the employee and employer perspectives. This webinar will explore how businesses, economic development organizations and educational institutions can prepare for and adapt to the changing nature of work.

Strategies to be discussed in this webinar

 

New Talent Development Approaches

Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

 

Art Recesso,

Chief Innovation Officer

 

The University System of Georgia’s 26 institutions play a pivotal role in developing talent to meet the needs of Georgia’s employers. USG institutions continually review their programs and delivery models to best meet the needs of students and employers. Art Recesso will focus on emerging career research and new educational models. He will also share some of the latest approaches to supporting emerging industries.

Work in the Future—Ideas and Strategies from the Staffing Industry

3Ci-MAU

 

Rob MacLane

President

 

Staffing agencies play a key role in helping to connect talent to employers. These agencies must understand emerging trends and project future needs, both from the employee and employer perspectives. Jim Sheehan will share analysis, research and projections on critical trends for employers, educators and workforce development professionals to consider as they plan for the workforce of the future.

The Changing Nature of Work

Upwork

 

Adam Ozimek,

Chief Economist

 

Adam Ozimek specializes in labor market trends and data related to the future of the workforce. He will cover workforce forecasts and how remote work will function in the future. He will also explore current labor market conditions and economic impacts and opportunities created by increased remote work.

For More Information:

Serra Phillips Hall
Serra Phillips Hall
Executive Director Newton County Industrial Development Authority (770)786-7510
Regular Member

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