We recently had the pleasure of hearing from Futurist Ross Dawson in an exclusive conversation about the powerful drivers that are reshaping work at a dramatic pace in the coming years.

Join us for the second of a two-part series on the future of the world of work. During this discussion-based session, our US and International Employment team will address the high-level legal issues and implications of the key themes that Ross discussed in Part 1, including technology, society, structure, work, location, performance, and leadership.

The discussion will address critical questions employers should consider when it comes to employment in the future, including:

• What does the move to distributed work models and the gig economy mean for employment protections and representation across the globe?
• How do talent acquisition and performance management models keep up with “any time, any place” working?
• Where the law does not reflect the new reality, how do employers balance compliance with keeping their competitive edge, and how do employers take advantage of the new possibilities that Ross outlined?

The speakers are:

Dave Baffa, Partner, Labor and Employment
Rachel Bernasconi, Partner, International Employment Law
Ana Cid, Partner, International Employment Law
Chelsea Mesa, Partner, Labor and Employment

If you missed out on Part 1 of this series, you can view the recording here or read our recap here.

Register here for the webinar.