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Looming economic changes and the outlook for labor-management relations took center stage at a webinar to be broadcast Feb. 7.
“Before we look at specific policies, I think we must have a better understanding of what the 21st century workforce looks like and what problems modern workers face,” Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.) told Bloomberg BNA after the session. “The workforce has changed substantially since most of our labor laws were written, so it’s important we take a hard look at the needs of today’s workers, especially in terms of the gig and sharing economies,” he said after delivering opening remarks for the webinar, which was recorded Feb. 1 at Bloomberg BNA.
The panel included Paul DeCamp, a principal in the Washington, D.C., region office of Jackson Lewis P.C.; Amanda Wood, director of labor and employment policy at the National Association of Manufacturers; David Rolf, Service Employees International Union international vice president and SEIU 775 president; and James Conigliaro Jr., founder of the Uber Independent Drivers Guild. Conigliaro is also general counsel and assistant directing business representative for the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers’ District Lodge 15. Bloomberg BNA Managing Editor Chris Opfer moderated the discussion.
Some of the topics touched on during the conversation:
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Bloomberg BNA will stream the discussion as a free webinar Feb. 7 at https://www.bna.com/2017-outlook-labor-m73014449617. Advance registration is required.
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