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Labor in Brooklyn has undergone huge transformation in the past several decades, and that process of transformation shows no signs of slowing any time soon—which is why the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce invites local businesses to participate in an upcoming summit intended to help positively shape the evolution of the workforce in Kings County.

The Future of Work Summit will be held on Wednesday, April 6th from 8:30am-1pm at Brooklyn Law School at 250 Joralemon Street in Downtown Brooklyn.

According to organizers, “The summit will explore what the next generation of work will look like in Brooklyn. It will discuss the driving forces behind the Future of Work, including education, mobility, lifestyle, and independence” over the course of some introductory remarks, breakout sessions and a keynote address.

Registration is free for Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce members and costs $15 for the general public (breakfast and lunch are included in the price of admission).

The event is sponsored by digital talent networking agency LiquidTalent.

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