Future of Work: Trends, Technology & Policy

The world of work is changing. As many as one in five workers now make up the “gig economy” of contingent and freelance work, and increasing numbers of employees are working remotely, either part or full time. Many of these workers rely on multiple technologies to stay connected to their employers, clients, and collaborators. Workplace technology is also changing, with live video, artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) now entering the workplace. But where do people with disabilities fit into these trends? With the help of some of our partners, PEAT has developed several resources that start conversations around what we can expect to see in the coming years when it comes to the future of work.  

Podcast Episodes

A series developed in partnership with Workology:

Video Conversations

What emerging workplace trends or technology do you think will have the biggest impact on people with disabilities in the next 5 years?

What's your pitch for why accessible technology matters?

If you were riding in an elevator with a Fortune 500 CEO, what’s your pitch for why hiring people with disabilities is important to their company?

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