[Video] What is the future of work?

The future of work, according to Macy's, McDonald's and Upwork

Get a peek into what the future of hourly work might look like from some of the HR, Recruiting and Technology leaders driving those changes. POLITICO Labor Reporter Ted Hesson interviews experts from Macy’s, McDonald’s and Upwork in an exclusive session at HourMinds 2017.

Watch the on-demand “Future of Work” panel discussion now to:

  • Discover how the industry’s most innovative brands are leveraging technology in the workplace
  • Hear where workplace tech might be headed next, from the founder of global freelance marketplace, Upwork
  • Learn how public policy is re-shaping hourly employment and how HR leaders can prepare
  • Hear how established brands like Macy’s and McDonald’s continue to evolve and stay relevant

 

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Fabio Rosati | Former CEO | Upwork

As founding CEO of Elance-oDesk, now Upwork, Fabio launched the company’s vision of creating an online workplace for the world. More than 14 million businesses and professionals connect and work together on Elance and Upwork, two leading online work platforms that merged in 2014. With 2014 billings of $940 million, and thousands of public and private “talent clouds,” these communities are among the most productive on earth.

Fabio has been featured in media outlets including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and the BBC, and at events including The Economist Human Potential, World Economic Forum and Staffing Industry Analyst conferences. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Upwork and Snagajob and holds a BS/BA from Georgetown University.

Henry Casanova | VP-Talent Acquisition, Stores and Support | Macy's

Jez Langhorn | SVP, Chief People Officer | McDonald's

Prior to working with McDonald’s USA HR team, Jez Langhorn was responsible for Human Resources, Education, Training & Development and Customer Services in the UK. In addition, Jez also played a key role in aligning the People strategies of the Company’s Northern Europe Division and led McDonald’s sponsorship of the volunteering program for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Jez has held a number of roles in Operations, Franchising and Human Resources since joining McDonald’s in 1984 as a crew member while studying at college. Since 2006, Jez has been central to McDonald’s UK People Strategy which has played a significant part in the turnaround of the UK business and driven reappraisal of employment at McDonald’s. He is now based in the US and is responsible for HR for 7,000 restaurants from Chicago west to California.

Jez has pioneered several industry-leading initiatives, such as the accreditation of McDonald’s as an awarding body and the subsequent introduction of nationally recognized qualifications, ranging from apprenticeships to degrees; the use of leading-edge technology to engage with predominantly young, techno-savvy employees; and the creation of an on-going, disruptive promotional campaign to challenge inaccurate preconceptions about working in the hospitality sector.

These initiatives have resulted in numerous industry awards and McDonald’s inclusion in several significant Business rankings such as; The Sunday Times Top 25 Best Big Companies list, The Times Top 50 Employers for Women and the Financial Times Top 50 Great Places to Work. Jez is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Council member of City & Guilds. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two daughters.

Ted Hesson | Employment and Immigration Reporter | POLITICO