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Gig Economy: What is it? What’s It Mean to Me, and What’s Ahead?

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Golden Gate University, Room 3201 and Online

536 Mission St

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The Gig Economy is here to stay - at least until the rest of the robots arrive. But what does it mean for workers and organizations? Where did it come from and why? How are workers best ‘classified’ and managed, and what are the consequences of employee mismanagement? Does the current legal system serve the interests of stakeholders and commerce well? What changes might be forthcoming?

Whether you work for a Bay Area company or you are busy dreaming up the next thing to replace Uber, this session will inform important choices in your working life.

Tom Cushing, JD/MBA is a Senior Adjunct Professor at the Ageno School of Business. As an attorney, corporate executive, legal recruiter, freelancer (and adjunct professor, after all), he has operated within the evolving structural environment of ‘work’ throughout his careers. He teaches employment law, negotiation, and CSR-related courses at GGU.

Zoom Webinar Link: https://zoom.us/j/199839688

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