America’s 160-million workers power the largest economy in the world, but the benefits fail to fairly reach all who contribute to it. This isn’t news, but the health, social, and economic crises of the past year have created new urgency to address the financial insecurity of workers and their families. Rebuilding our economy requires reforming how our system treats those who power it. We need a new social compact with the American worker.
Americans deserve a system that pays everyone a living wage, considers worker needs as essential to business success, ensures the health and safety of all, and creates more opportunities to advance, regardless of their race, gender, or origin. Speakers discuss common-sense recommendations to rebuild an economy that won’t hold American workers back.
From the latest National Covid-19 Testing and Tracing Plan to groundbreaking learnings in artificial intelligence, nutrition, climate change, equity and last-mile electrification, our experts converge to solve pressing problems, improve lives and unleash human potential across the globe. Sessions will be broadcasted live across The Rockefeller Foundation’s social media pages on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and […]More