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Roundtable Discussion: "Digital technology, productivity and the creation of decent work"

Location: Council Chambers 1 and Council Chambers 2, 5th Floor,  Chemical Sciences Building, University of Western Cape
Contact: Faculty of Law

Roundtable Discussion: "Digital technology, productivity and the creation of decent work"

Starts: 2019/05/23 10:00
Ends: 2019/05/23 14:00

The Labour Law 4.0 niche area in the Department of Mercantile and Labour Law, University of Western Cape and ProductivitySA, invite you, or a representative from your organisation, to a roundtable discussion on the following topic: "Digital technology, productivity and the creation of decent work"


DATE:

Thursday, 23 May 2019

TIME:

10:00 – 14:00

VENUE:

Council Chambers 1 and Council Chambers 2, 5th Floor,

Chemical Sciences Building, University of Western Cape

RSVP:

Ms Bernice Welgemoed

Email: bwelgemoed@uwc.ac.za / Tel: (021) 959 2419

Please RSVP by 20 May 2019



                                                              

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Mthunzi Mdwaba, ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work

SPEAKERS

Lasni Millar, Business

Neil Coleman, Labour

Thobile Lamati, Government

 

CHAIR/FACILITATOR

Paul Benjamin UWC, Law Faculty

 

CLOSING

Mothunye Mothiba, CEO ProductivitySA

This roundtable provides an opportunity for academics, community-based organizations, non-governmental organizations, policy makers and business to discuss the impact of technology on productivity and promotion of decent work

 

The conversation will start with a global overview of where we are and will continue with local perspectives from the panel.

 

The roundtable discussion will focus on ways in which citizens, civil society and government can cooperate to harness the use of technology for promoting decent work and productivity.


UWC-ProductivitySA Roundtable Invitation.docx​

 

We look forward to your participation!​



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