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Past Meetings and Materials Graphic Facilitation/Visual Scribing by Anthony Weeks March 12, 2020 – 7th Convening: Working Session March 2020 Agenda March 2020 Briefing Packet Frame and Architecture for Recommendations (Working Draft) Stakeholder Session: Military and the Future of Work Stakeholder Session: CA Macroeconomy Stakeholder Session: College Students Stakeholder Session: Day Laborers Stakeholder Session: Employment Social Enterprises Stakeholder Session: High-road Restaurants Stakeholder Session: Remote Work Stakeholder Session: Tax Policy Stakeholder Session: Entertainment Industry Stakeholder Session: Care Workers Stakeholder Session: Immigrant Service Providers Stateholder Session: Justice-Involved Service Providers February 13, 2020 – 6th Convening: Social Policy, Work, and Economic Security Stockton February 2020 Agenda February 2020 Briefing February 2020 Synthesis Social Policy Innovations: Upgrading the Social Compact in CaliforniaA discussion of innovative social policy proposals aimed at addressing emergent challenges shaped by the changingnature of work.Moderated by Julie Su, Secretary, Labor and Workforce Development Agency Palak Shah, Social Innovations Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance Powerpoint: Portable and Prorated Benefits for All Workers Josephine Kalipeni, Director of Policy and Federal Affairs, Caring Across Generations Powerpoint: Future of Work[ers] & Universal Family Care Doing Business Better: Profit and PurposeA discussion of new business structures that could encourage companies to pursue the interest broad range of stakeholders, beyond shareholders.Moderated by Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic and Business Advisor Heerad Sabeti, Co-founder, Fourth Sector Group Holly Ensign-Barstow, Director of Stakeholder Governance and Policy, B Lab January 16, 2020 – 5th Convening: Employment and Labor Law in the New Economy January 2020 Agenda January 2020 Briefing Packet (PDF) Problem Statement Convening 5 (PDF) January 2020 Synthesis (PDF) 2020 Message from the Co-Chairs Off-Site: Employer Roundtable on High Road Business Practices (Pre-Convening Event) Perspectives on Technological Change & the Future of Work Data in the Workplace: A New Frontier of Employment Law Moderated by Julie Su, Secretary, California Labor and Workforce Development Agency Ifeoma Ajunwa, Assistant Professor, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University Powerpoint: Automated Employment Discrimination Pauline Kim, Daniel Noyes Kirby Professor of Law and Co-Director, Center for Empirical Research in the Law, Washington University Law School Powerpoint: Data and AI: The Impact on Workers Labor Law for a New Economy: Fixing a Broken System Moderated by Lande Ajose, Senior Advisor on Higher Education, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom Sharon Block, Executive Director, Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School Mary Gray, Senior Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research Redefining the Purpose of Corporations: Perspectives from Large EmployersModerated by Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic and Business Advisor, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom Dane Linn, Vice President of Workforce & Education, Business Roundtable December 12, 2019 – 4th Convening: Low-Wage Work and Economic Equity December 2019 Agenda (PDF) December 2019 Briefing Packet (PDF) December 2019 Synthesis (PDF) Low-Wage Work and Economic Equity in California A discussion of the problems of low-wage work and economic inequality in California. Manuel Pastor, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California PowerPoint: The Future of Work and the Future of Us Abel Valenzuela, Jr., Professor of Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles Employer Perspectives on Jobs and Economic Equity A discussion with California employers on the problems of low-wage work and economic equity. Mark Herbert, Vice President, Small Business Majority Pamela Kan, President, Bishop-Wisecarver PowerPoint: Retaining, Growing, & Training California Next Generation of Manufacturing November 14, 2019 - 3rd Convening: Education, Skills & Job Quality November 2019 Agenda (PDF) November 2019 Briefing Packet (PDF) November 2019 Synthesis (PDF) Expert Panel: What is a College Degree Worth (and for Whom?) A discussion of the returns to a college degree for income and wealth across cohorts and racial groups. Moderated by Lande Ajose, Senior Policy Advisor on Higher Education William R. Emmons, Lead Economist, Center for Household Financial Stability, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (PDF) Expert Panel: What Do We Know About Job Quality and Labor Markets in California? A discussion of new research on job quality and labor markets in California. Anmol Chaddha, Research Director, Institute for the Future (PDF) Expert Panel: Job Quality: The Business Case A discussion of the benefits to and role of employers in improving job quality. Moderated by Julie Su, Secretary, Labor and Workforce Development Agency Sarah Kalloch, Executive Director, Good Jobs Institute Noah Bernstein, Director of Quality Jobs Fund, New World Foundation Expert Panel: Imagining a Policy Agenda on the Future of Work Moderated by Natalie Foster, Senior Fellow, Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative October 10, 2019 - 2nd Convening: Technological Change & the Future of Work October 2019 Agenda (PDF) October 2019 Briefing Packet (PDF) October 2019 Synthesis (PDF) October 2019 Graphical Recording (PDF, 10 MB) Expert Panel: Perspectives on Technological Change & the Future of Work A discussion of how technological developments may shape the nature of work Moderated by James Manyika, Commission Co-Chair Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google (PDF) Susan Athey, The Economics of Technology Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business Ken Goldberg, William S. Floyd Jr. Distinguished Chair in Engineering, University of California, Berkeley (PDF) Expert Panel: The Uneven Social Impacts of Technological Change A discussion of research on the anticipated social impacts of technological change on jobs and workers Moderated by Anmol Chaddha, Institute for the Future Jed Kolko, Chief Economist, Indeed (PDF) Working Lunch: Conversation with Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO, New America Expert Panel: Industry Cases A discussion of the impact of technological change on work in specific industries, including manufacturing, trucking/logistics, and white-collar work Moderated by Lande Ajose, Senior Policy Advisor for Higher Education, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom and Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic and Business Advisor, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom and Director, Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Lisa Campbell, Chief Marketing Officer and SVP, Business Strategy & Marketing, Autodesk (PDF) Steve Viscelli, Senior Fellow, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania (PDF) Melissa Valentine, Assistant Professor, Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University (PDF) Expert Panel: Responses/Solutions A discussion of potential policy responses and solutions to the anticipated impacts of technological change on work Moderated by Julie Su, Secretary, Labor and Workforce Development Agency Dawn Gearhart, Gig Economy Organizing Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance Katrine Joensen, Consul General and CEO of Denmark Innovation Centre, Silicon Valley (PDF) September 10-11, 2019 - 1st Convening: The Present and Future State of Work in California September 2019 Agenda (PDF) September 2019 Briefing Packet and Onboarding Materials (PDF) September 2019 Initial Proposals (PDF) September 2019 Synthesis (PDF) Day 1 – September 10, 2019 Opening Remarks, California Labor Secretary Julie A. Su (PDF) Expert Panel: The State of Work in CaliforniaA discussion of how work has changed over the past 40 years Anmol Chaddha, Research Director, Equitable Futures Lab; Institute for the Future (PDF) Heather Boushey, President and CEO, Washington Center for Equitable Growth (PDF) Ken Jacobs, Chair, UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (PDF) Panel: Voices of Workers (PDF) Eric Guillen; San Bernardino, CA Linda Hernández; Lancaster, CA Anselmo Alday; Elk Grove, CA Raymond Bayquen; San Diego, CA Day 2 – September 11, 2019 Expert Panel: Skills, Training & Job QualityA discussion of the role of skills and job quality in addressing the Future of WorkModerated by Anmol Chaddha, Institute for the Future Jesse Rothstein, Professor of Public Policy and Economics; Director of the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UC Berkeley (PDF) Rick Wartzman, Drucker Institute (PDF) Virginia Parks, Professor, Urban Planning and Public Policy, UC Irvine (PDF) Expert Panel: Technologies Reshaping WorkA discussion of the key technologies reshaping work and the labor marketModerated by Marina Gorbis, Institute for the Future Annette Bernhardt, Director, Low-Wage Work Program, UC Berkeley Labor Center (PDF) Michael Bernstein, Computer Science Department, Stanford University (PDF) Mark Rosekind, PhD, Chief Safety Innovation Officer, Zoox, Inc. Applications of Technologies Reshaping WorkA continued discussion of the key technologies reshaping work and the labor market and how they are being applied.Moderated by Marina Gorbis, Institute for the Future Jeremy Gray, Vice President of Research & Development, KnackApp (PDF) Ben Reed, Principal Program Manager—Mixed Reality at Work, Business Applications Group, Microsoft Corporation (PDF) Wendy McCoy, IBM (PDF) Watch OnlineCalifornia Future of Work Commission will be broadcast on YouTube.