The pandemic has already changed how we go about our work. We'll discuss what changes we are seeing, and what the lasting effects may be on workers and workplaces. How will more remote work alter societal behaviors? Will offices have new configurations or smaller sites in different cities? Will improved lifestyles be a byproduct of this time of sweeping change?
Kristin Brennan, executive director, Career Exploration and Development, Bowdoin College
Michael Borque, president and CEO, MEMIC
Laura Fortman (call-in), commissioner, Maine Department of Labor
Lisa Whited (call-in), founder of Workplace Transformation Facilitation
Drew Sigfridson (call-in), managing director and partner, The Boulos Co.
Christen Graham (call-in), president, Giving Strong, Inc.
- The Boulos Co. Survey: Where's Maine Working?
- Generation Work-From-Home May Never Recover
- What remote jobs tell us about inequality
- What 800 executives envision for the postpandemic workforce
- 'Do I Really Need This Much Office Space?' Pandemic Emptied Buildings, But How Long?
- When Everybody's Working At Home And The Magic Is Gone
- U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics: Supplemental data measuring the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the labor market