Future of Work Canada 2024

We’re excited to return to Future of Work’s Canada event in person from March 5 to 6, 2024, in Toronto. This year’s conference explores the latest workplace trends and strategies relevant to the Future of Work landscape. Join us and senior executives from human resources, communications, technology and digital transformation for engaging presentations, panel discussions and networking sessions.

What to expect

Habanero Practice Lead, Culture and Transformation, Mallory O’Connor will be chairing the event, as well as moderating the panels:

  • Elevating the employee experience for organisational success
  • Investing in belonging through culture, values, and DE&I

Habanero President Steven Fitzgerald will be hosting the CEO fireside chats:

  • Leading the way to the future of work
  • The future is data-driven

Steven will also be presenting a session on:

  • Employee listening that truly listens

Habanero Vice President Ben Skelton will be moderating the panels:

  • Workplace technology to enhance human connection
  • Connect, engage and retain your deskless workers

About Future of Work

Created and owned by M-Media Events LTD., the Future of Work event series is the global leading meeting place for senior executives from across the entire Future of Work landscape with a combination of virtual and physical conferences. The Future of Work Canada event launched in 2019 with the core mission to focus on the latest trends & strategies within the Future of Work landscape including: Frontline Workers, Workplace Transformation, HR Technology, Culture, Employee Engagement, Digital Workplace, Learning & Development, Human Resources and Office Space & Design.

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