Distinguished Speaker Event Looks at ‘Future of Work’
Why it matters: Workforce transformation expert Melissa Swift joins Dean Alex Triantis in a discussion of ‘the transitioning labor market,’ the latest entry in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
- Speaker Melissa Swift is U.S. transformation leader at the management consulting firm Mercer.
- She is a recognized thought leader on the subject of the future of work in the era of COVID-19.
- Swift has been quoted by several prominent media organizations.
Melissa Swift, U.S. transformation leader at the management consulting firm Mercer and an expert in the field of workplace transformation.
Melissa Swift joined Dean Alex Triantis on August 11, 2021, for a discussion of the forces shaping the future of work and the changing labor market.
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The virtual event, titled “The Future of Work and the Transitioning Labor Market,” was the latest entry in Carey’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
In her role at Mercer, Swift is responsible for the firm’s efforts in the areas of workforce transformation, HR transformation, HR digitization, diversity equity and inclusion, and workforce analytics. A recognized thought leader on the subject of the future of work in the era of COVID-19, she has been quoted on the subject in Newsweek, The Washington Post, Axios, and The Daily Mail, and has been interviewed on NPR and Al-Jazeera English.