Future of Work

National Conversation on the Future of Work

Work is changing.

Careers, workforces, workplaces, labour markets, and all the conditions that affect them are facing both obstacles and opportunities. Challenge Factory is engaging Canadians from coast to coast to coast in a national conversation about the Future of Work. Our 2018 documentary was an amazing highlight of this conversation, and we’ve been building on that momentum ever since.

You are an actor in the Future of Work.

Do you work in employment services or career development?

Not sure how to start a conversation about the Future of Work?

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This Conversation Guide will lead you and your team through a series of activities that challenge you to participate in the creation of a collective future. There’s a wealth of experience, case studies, and wisdom in the employment services and career development sector. This body of knowledge and expertise urgently needs to be part of the ongoing conversation about the Future of Work. And so we invite you—leaders, team members, activators, and trailblazers—to take up a pivotal role in developing, synthesizing, and implementing the ideas that will shape the Future of Work.

Join the Conversation

Transitioning to Post-Secondary Education During A PandemicA Talk for Parents

Workforce Futurist, Lisa Taylor will be joined by Scholarship Expert Janet MacDonald and Student Success Specialist Devon Turcotte for this unique opportunity for parents to learn strategies to help guide their child to their most advantageous post-secondary experience despite the pandemic.

This is Giving Tuesday event supports Woodgreen Community Services (Homeward Bound).