Future of Work: Adapting to Technological Disruption and Changing Labor Markets

The Future of Work: Adapting to Technological Disruption and Changing Labor Markets is a deep dive into the transformational impact of technology on the workforce and labor markets. This session acknowledges the rapid advancements in technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation, and robotics, and the resulting shifts in the nature of work. Participants will explore how these technologies are reshaping industries, job roles, and skills requirements, and the implications for workers, businesses, and policymakers. They will delve into topics such as digitalization, remote work, gig economy, and the rise of platform-based businesses. Additionally, participants will discuss the opportunities and challenges brought about by these disruptions, including the potential for increased productivity, job creation, and economic growth, as well as potential risks such as job displacement and inequality. The session will also explore strategies for individuals, organizations, and governments to adapt and thrive in this rapidly changing landscape, such as upskilling and reskilling initiatives, flexible labor market policies, and social safety nets. Moreover, participants will examine the role of innovation, entrepreneurship, and inclusive growth in shaping the future of work. By exploring the challenges and opportunities of technological disruption and changing labor markets, participants will gain valuable insights into preparing for and navigating the future of work.


15th To 16th March 2024


Location: UK-Manchester
Time: TBA

Registration Fee: USD$200

NB: Accommodation, flight and personal cost are not included in the registration fee.