The dominant narrative around the “Future of Work” suggests that a robot apocalypse is coming to take all the jobs. But automation isn’t the whole story, and potentially isn’t even the most important aspect of how work is changing if you are concerned about worker’s prospects in the future.
ReWork the Bay is partnering 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.
- Phase 1 report: A Worker-Centered Framework
- The Framework in Brief
- Phase 1 Appendix: Scan of Bay Area “Future of Work” initiatives