State Labor and Regulation Secretary Marcia Hultman has been selected to participate on a subcommittee of The Council of State Governments’ national Future of Work Task Force.
The task force will examine how technology creates new jobs and eliminates existing jobs. It’ll share success stories and best practices and provide guidance on how states can best embrace the innovative and ever-evolving opportunities in the new economy.
Hultman will serve as a member of Smart Government Subcommittee. The subcommittee will provide new perspectives on state governance and the delivery of state services. Subcommittee members will document best practices and examine innovative approaches to help state leaders enhance the performance of state systems and engage with citizens, as well as train, attract and retain a new generation of public employees.
The work of the task force will take place across a two-year timeline with key findings and recommendations studied and shared during task force meetings.
In addition to the Smart Government Subcommittee, the other subcommittees are The Workforce of Tomorrow; What’s Next? Embracing the Future; and Equity and Inclusion.