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The Future of the workforce: Drivers and Challenges

ACS & ISACA Young Professionals joint event

Registration End Date: Tue, 10 Jul, 02:00 PM

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  • where

  • Synergy Office
    15 National Circuit
    Barton ACT 2601
  • when

  • Event Start: Tue, 10 Jul, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Tue, 10 Jul, 07:00 PM
  • event price

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The media has been awash with incredible claims about the future of work, job insecurity and unequal distribution of income including the most fanciful claim that the world of human work is fast disappearing.<br><br>The pessimists seem to dominate discussion in Australia on the effects of computers, artificial intelligence etc. and yet there is very little evidence to support this view. In this presentation it will be argued that there is no evidence that new technology, such as computerization, is decreasing the amount of paid work done in Australia. It is likely that new technologies are changing the types of jobs being done by workers but the pace of change in the composition of employment and in job security is no quicker today than in the other periods of technological change. While new technologies, including robots, computers and artificial intelligence may be having some impact on the Australian workplace, most claims about their impact are vastly overstated. Nevertheless, There are implications for our educational and labour market institutions. <br><br><b>*Note:</b> This event has limited places. If you are a member of more than one member body, please do not duplicate your registration and only register with one of the organisations.  We look forward to seeing you there..<br><br>@ACSCanberra#ACSEvents #ACSYIT #YoungProfessional #ProNetworking #FunTimes #Skills<br><br><b>Event agenda</b><br>5pm - 5.30pm – Guests’ arrival and networking<br>5.30 – 5.35pm – Welcoming and introduction<br>5.35pm - 6.35pm – Main presentation &amp; Q&amp;A session<br>6.35pm - 7.30pm – Opportunity to networking with members of other organisations

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Attendance is conditional to your online registration.
If you have registered but unable to attend the event, your co-operation in notifying us two days before the event is appreciated as ACS incur costs for non-attendance. 

ONLINE REGISTRATIONS CLOSE AT 2PM ON THE DAY OF THIS SEMINAR

event sponsors

  • Synergy Group Australia - Canberra
  • ISACA Canberra

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Teaching and subject formation (TEAC) - 5

Speaker

Prof. Phil Lewis

Prof. Phil Lewis

Prof. Phil Lewis, Director, Centre for Labour Market Research, Faculty of Business, Government and Law, University of Canberra.

Phil Lewis is Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Canberra, Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of New South Wales and Director of the Centre for Labour Market Research (CLMR). Phil is among the best-known economists in the area of the economics of employment, education and training in Australia and is the author of over 100 publications including journal articles, book chapters and books including the best-selling Essentials of Economics. Apart from a distinguished academic career he has worked in government and has produced a number of major reports for the private and public sectors. Phil is the editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Economics. He is Past National President of the Economic Society of Australia and Past President of the Western Australian and Canberra branches of the Society. In 2008, he was awarded the Honorary Fellow Award by the Economic Society for his exceptional contribution to the economics profession. He was one of the authors of Australia's future workforce?, published in 2015 by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA).

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15 National Circuit,Barton,ACT,Australia

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