Future of Work

Progress Tracker: 1

2020
2021

During 2020-2021, the Future of Work project will focus on equipping WA and its people for the changing world of work.

The genesis for the project came from discussions with members, many of who were contemplating the future of work given technological uptake, disruption and automation and what this would mean for Perth and its people.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has had profound effects on industries, businesses and workers. This will also be considered as part of the project scope.

The purpose of the Committee for Perth’s future of work research project is to build a comprehensive understanding of how technology and automation, combined with relevant global and workforce megatrends are impacting on jobs, skill requirements and industry needs in Perth and the State.

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Steering Committee
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Stevan Rodic

Stevan Rodic

Director Planning and Development

City of Stirling

Edmund O'Halloran

Edmund O'Halloran

Director, Economic Analysis

Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science & Innovation

Peter Dean

Peter Dean

Principal

HASSELL

Mark Stickells

Mark Stickells

Executive Director

Paswey Super Computing Centre

Fiona Smith

Fiona Smith

General Manager People & Safety

Water Corporation

Marion Fulker

Marion Fulker

Chief Executive Officer & Project Director

Committee for Perth

Gemma Davis

Gemma Davis

Research Consultant

Holly Fulker

Holly Fulker

Manager Member Services & Operations & Project Manager

Partners
Acknowledgement of Country

The Committee For Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.