May 2020 Newsletter
Toward a #WorkerLedFuture
The “future of work” is often framed as the inevitable outcome of factors outside of our control. In reality, we all have agency, and in fact a responsibility, to help decide what the future of work will look like, and who it will benefit. Today we are excited to release a report in partnership with Jobs with Justice San Francisco and Working Partnerships USA that offers a framework to help us all play a part in creating a #WorkerLedFuture.
Photo by Christine McCann.
The Future of Work(ers): New Framework Examines the Changing Nature of Work in the Bay Area
By Working Partnerships USA and Jobs with Justice SF
The shifting dynamics we see today are the culmination of decades’ worth of more fundamental changes to our economy and our democracy: the growing power disparity between workers and firms; institutionalized racism and gender oppression; climate change; and demographic shifts. Technology is not a driver of change, but a tool that facilitates change and permits long-standing inequities to show themselves in stark, new ways.