Future of Work

The way we work is changing. Technological advancements like AI and automation represent innovations for some and precarity for others. The stark divide between “essential” workers and those who can work from home was laid bare by COVID-19, as it also challenged the presumptions of nine-to-five office culture.

The future of work is murky, and it’s tied into our culture, politics, technologies and economies. We work with partners to tackle issues from the waning power of labour unions, to tech entrepreneurship, to universal basic income, to finding purpose in work.

Upcoming events on this topic

  • Transforming Employment Narratives: Refugee Claimants and Equity in the Workplace

    Equity + Justice, 2023, Future of Work

    Join us on October 25 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue for “Transforming Employment Narratives: Refugee Claimants and Equity in the Workplace”. Hear the first-hand experiences of refugee claimants and employers to gain insight on how they navigated the employment landscape, while also highlighting the challenges encountered along the way. By delving into their experiences and highlighting Kinbrace’s reflective practices on the employee-employer relationship, we can bridge the knowledge gap, foster inclusion, and ultimately, create workplaces that honor the principles of equity.

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