The pandemic changed how we work. But are those practices here to stay?
The American working world has been flipped upside down. Since 2020, many employees have adapted to working from home, managing hybrid schedules and countless remote meetings. But as we look to a future with, hopefully, fewer pandemic disruptions, what temporary work practices will become permanent? And what can we expect for the future of work?
- Emma Goldberg: Future of Work Reporter for the New York Times
- Sarita Gupta: Vice President of US Programs at the Ford Foundation, and Co-Author of The Future We Need: Organizing for a Better Democracy in the Twenty-First Century
- Erica Smiley: Executive Director of Jobs with Justice and Co-Author of The Future We Need: Organizing for a Better Democracy in the Twenty-First Century
- Richard Florida: Urbanist, professor at the University of Toronto, and author of The New Urban Crisis
Disrupted is produced by James Szkobel-Wolff, Zshekinah Collier and Catie Talarski. And special thanks to our interns Michayla Savitt and Sara Gasparotto who helped to produce this week's show.
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