What would it take to achieve a future where work meets our societal needs for public health, caring for children or climate resilience, where all people can achieve their full potential and agency at work and where the value of work is shared by all?
ReWork the Bay partnered with Working Partnerships USA and Jobs with Justice SF to develop a framework and recommendations for funders and workforce leaders to understand the “Future of Work” in a way that centers the worker perspective and prioritizes racial and economic equity.
The final report, “Power is at the Root”, synthesizes the insights of over 50 worker organizers, funders and workforce leaders and offers recommendations for the field. Get the report here.
All publications from A Worker-Centered “Future of Work”:
Phase 2: Power is at the Root
- Full report
- Executive Summary
- Report briefing featuring Fred Blackwell, Tim Rainey, Sheheryar Kaoosji and Yesenia Barrera
Phase 1: Understanding & Responding to the Changing Nature of Work in the Bay Area