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Future of Work Seminars 2021

Future of Work – Remote and Hybrid Work
In this first of a series of workshops on Remote and Hybrid work, we will be joined by Trevor Quan who will be sharing results and perspectives from the Information and Communications Technology Council’s (ICTC) national survey and report – Emergent Employment: Canadian Findings on the Future of Work. We will also be joined by Rick Webb, who as Director Human Resources and Communications at Sault College navigated moving one of Algoma’s largest employers online, along with the entire student population. Rick will be sharing his experience with remote work – what went right and what went wrong, along with his perspectives for the future.

Future of Work – Current and Future Trends
Join Andrew Schrumm, Senior Manager, Research, RBC Thought Leadership as he shares his perspectives on current and future trends that will shape the Future of Work in Algoma and beyond.

Future of Work – Future of Education
In this webinar, join Charles Pascal, Professor of Applied Psychology & Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) as he shares his thoughts on what knowledge, skills and attitudes students will need for the Future of Work and how educational systems are changing in order to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary.

Future of Work in Manufacturing
Dave McHattie is the Vice President, Institutional Relations for Tenaris Canada and the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CM&E) and provides context on the future of manufacturing on behalf of both organizations.

Future of Work in Mining
Join Don Duval, Chief Executive Officer of NORCAT to hear about the trends in mining such as technological shifts, generational workforce transitions, and the changing nature of work.

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