Conference Session

The Future of Automation in the Workforce

Jun. 10, 2021 , 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
  • Conference Session

    The Future of Automation in the Workforce

    This session will bring together thought partners leading research, practice and policy solutions related to the future of automation in the workforce. During this discussion, panelists will identify top issues facing counties in addressing the future of automation and ways to prepare for these changes in advance. Multiple perspectives will help inform decision making for local leaders and expand awareness for what the evidence reveals about what’s working and what is not.
    The Future of Automation in the Workforce
    June 10, 2021
    June 10, 2021, 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm
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    The Future of Automation in the Workforce

    This session will bring together thought partners leading research, practice and policy solutions related to the future of automation in the workforce. During this discussion, panelists will identify top issues facing counties in addressing the future of automation and ways to prepare for these changes in advance. Multiple perspectives will help inform decision making for local leaders and expand awareness for what the evidence reveals about what’s working and what is not.

    This session will bring together thought partners leading research, practice and policy solutions related to the future of automation in the workforce. During this discussion, panelists will identify top issues facing counties in addressing the future of automation and ways to prepare for these changes in advance. Multiple perspectives will help inform decision making for local leaders and expand awareness for what the evidence reveals about what’s working and what is not.
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This session will bring together thought partners leading research, practice and policy solutions related to the future of automation in the workforce. During this discussion, panelists will identify top issues facing counties in addressing the future of automation and ways to prepare for these changes in advance. Multiple perspectives will help inform decision making for local leaders and expand awareness for what the evidence reveals about what’s working and what is not.

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    Economic Mobility Leadership Network

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    <p>The NACo County Tech Xchange is an online portal designed to connect county CIOs, IT Directors, CISOs, and other county IT leadership.

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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,

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    Telecommunications & Technology Steering Committee

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    <p>All matters pertaining to telecommunications and technology policy, including, but not limited to, the county role as a telecommunications regulator, service provider, and consumer, cable services technology and implementation, info