Conference Session

Ensuring Equitable Planning for the Future of Work

Jun. 11, 2021 , 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
  • Conference Session

    Ensuring Equitable Planning for the Future of Work

    Not only is the early rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic in labor market demand leaving workers of color behind, but automation is accelerating in the wake of the pandemic and it disproportionately places people of color and immigrants at risk of being dislocated from their jobs. This session will highlight the inequitable workforce impacts of COVID-19, and the racial equity implications of automation. Panelists will provide an overview of long-standing racial gaps in our labor market and will provide solutions for county leaders to ensure equitable workforce recovery from the pandemic and upskilling opportunities for workers displaced by technology.
    Ensuring Equitable Planning for the Future of Work
    June 11, 2021
    June 11, 2021, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
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    Ensuring Equitable Planning for the Future of Work

    Not only is the early rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic in labor market demand leaving workers of color behind, but automation is accelerating in the wake of the pandemic and it disproportionately places people of color and immigrants at risk of being dislocated from their jobs. This session will highlight the inequitable workforce impacts of COVID-19, and the racial equity implications of automation. Panelists will provide an overview of long-standing racial gaps in our labor market and will provide solutions for county leaders to ensure equitable workforce recovery from the pandemic and upskilling opportunities for workers displaced by technology.

    Not only is the early rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic in labor market demand leaving workers of color behind, but automation is accelerating in the wake of the pandemic and it disproportionately places people of color and immigrants at risk of being dislocated from their jobs. This session will highlight the inequitable workforce impacts of COVID-19, and the racial equity implications of automation. Panelists will provide an overview of long-standing racial gaps in our labor market and will provide solutions for county leaders to ensure equitable workforce recovery from the pandemic and upskilling opportunities for workers displaced by technology.
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Not only is the early rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic in labor market demand leaving workers of color behind, but automation is accelerating in the wake of the pandemic and it disproportionately places people of color and immigrants at risk of being dislocated from their jobs. This session will highlight the inequitable workforce impacts of COVID-19, and the racial equity implications of automation. Panelists will provide an overview of long-standing racial gaps in our labor market and will provide solutions for county leaders to ensure equitable workforce recovery from the pandemic and upskilling opportunities for workers displaced by technology.

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    Economic Mobility Leadership Network

    The Economic Mobility Leadership Network (EMLN) is a NACo cohort of county leaders that facilitates and incubates county-specific discussion and problem-solving on issues of economic mobility and helps county leaders identify and assess their current barriers to mobility and share scalable and transferable programs across the country.
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    Community, Economic & Workforce Development Steering Committee

    Responsible for all matters pertaining to housing, community and economic development, public works, and workforce development including the creation of affordable housing and housing options for different populations, residential, commercial, and industrial development, and building and housing codes.
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    <p>Responsible for all matters pertaining to housing, community and economic development, public works, and workforce development including the creation of affordable housing and housing options for different populations, residential,