The End of Jobs: Rise of On-Demand Labor and Agile Corporations

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Recorded On: 10/22/2020

Jeff Wald, one of the most successful labor software entrepreneurs of all time, provides a preview of his upcoming book, The End of Jobs: Rise of On-Demand Labor and Agile Corporations. In this session, Wald will explore the history of labor, providing insights into how companies and workers have found a balance of power through several industrial revolutions. Understanding the forces of the labor market through these changes is vital, Wald says, as we stand on the precipice of a fourth change. He calls this change the First Services Revolution and he will discuss how it will impact workers, companies, and society. This session also will include Wald’s predictions for the labor force, based on years of research and hundreds of interviews with leading labor leaders all over the world.



Jeff Wald

founder, Work Market

Wald, president and co-founder of Work Market, is widely recognized as a thought leader on workforce management, labor legislation and the on-demand economy. Wald has a long track record as a successful entrepreneur across the technology and services landscape, including investing in more than 20 companies in the staffing ecosystem. Wald is a regular writer for the Huffington Post and Forbes and speaks frequently at industry conferences and television on the topic of startups and labor issues. Launched in 2010, Work Market has become the preferred software platform for many enterprises managing a flexible workforce. Among the company’s recognitions: Cool Vendor in Procurement and Sourcing by Gartner; Crain’s Fastest-Growing Company in NYC; 2016 Inc. magazine list of fastest-growing private companies in America.


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