The Federal Commissioner for Labor Statistics will discuss the main ways in which work is evolving amid the covid pandemic and its impact on the future workplace at 7:30 p.m. on October 5 at the Fred M. Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College near by Latrobe.
William Beach, who has been Commissioner of Labor Statistics for the Bureau of Labor Statistics since March 2019, will discuss “How robots, telecommuting and global value chains are fundamentally reshaping the way we work now and in the future.” The event is free.
The former Senate Budget Committee Republican Staff Chief Economist was also a Lazof Family Fellow in Economics at the Conservative Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC.
Due to the evolving situation regarding the covid pandemic, campus visitors are required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of their immunization status. All covid mitigation strategies set out in the college security plan will remain in effect on campus.
The college’s Center for Political and Economic Thought is sponsoring the speech, which will open this school year’s McKenna Economic Education Lecture Series.
For more information, contact Mary Beth McConahey, Deputy Director of the Policy Center, at [email protected] cent.edu or 724-805-2120.