Register Now for “The Future of Work” Panel Discussion at Kean University’s Conklin Conference Center!
Union County Means Business is excited to announce “The Future of Work,” a panel discussion event taking place on Wednesday, May 10th at Kean University’s Donald R. Conklin Conference Center. As a part of our ongoing outreach efforts, this event presents a unique opportunity for our community to come together and engage in a stimulating conversation about the “Future of Work.”
Panelists will include Union County business owners, employees, and business resource experts, who will share their insights and perspectives on various topics related to the evolving landscape of work. The discussions will cover crucial areas such as finding quality employees, strategies to lower fringe benefit costs, and the future work environment that includes the growing trend of hybrid working and work-life balance.
This event will provide the audience with valuable insights and practical strategies that can help them navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by the changing nature of work. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from the unique experiences and expertise of the panelists through engaging discourse and interaction, empowering them to better plan for the “Future of Work” in their own professional endeavors.
The “Future of Work” panel discussion is proudly hosted by the Union County Board of County Commissioners.
Stay tuned for upcoming details on the event, including the list of panelists and the full agenda. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to gain valuable insights and perspectives on the future of work. Register now to secure your spot and complimentary breakfast at this thought-provoking event!
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Interested in becoming a UCMB speaker
Please email Jeffrey Brooks at Jeffrey.Brooks@ucnj.org