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June 22-23, 2022 | Boston, USA

The Leading Future of Work Event Series

The Future of Work USA 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.

Created for senior executives within:

✓ Human Resources
✓ Internal Communication
✓ Change Mangement

✓ Digital Workplace
✓ Employee Experience & Engagement
✓ Business Transformation

Topics to expect:

The HR leader in a Hybrid World

Employee engagement and experience from anywhere

Supporting employee wellbeing and avoiding burnout

Resetting the workplace - is it fit for purpose?

Technology to support the Future of Work

Future of Work USA

Hybrid Experience

We will be offering you the opportunity to attend the conference in person and will be following the latest USA government guidance to ensure the conference is a safe place for you and your colleagues.

Delegates attending the venue will be able to watch and engage with the conference live.

Our online events platform is fully mobile compatible giving delegates the flexibility to watch all of the session, participate in discussion sessions and network 'on the go'.

We are planning for a hybrid conference, however if circumstances change and it is no longer feasible to run a face to face element then the conference will be converted to fully virtual

In Person Features

Access to the conference venue on your chosen day/s of the conferences

Access to the industry exhibition

Individual catering and refreshments

Access to the virtual platform

Access to both days of content virtually

Priority access to the recordings of each talk for three months

  • Future of Work USA CleanStay Standards provide elevated cleanliness and sanitation across the entire attendee journey. A cleaning protocol is completed to verify an event space is sanitized and disinfected thirty minutes prior to event start.

  • CleanStay Event Room Seal is applied once the room is properly cleaned, set and EventReady.

  • Sanitizing Stations will have prominence in primary entryways as well as key high traffic areas including inside and outside event space(s), meal and beverage service areas, public restrooms and congregating areas.

  • Vendor compliance to all standards and floor plans submitted to hotel for approval in advance of event.

  • Completed EventReady Room Checklist provided to planners.


The Future of Work USA will be following Government guidelines and reducing our in- person attendance to a maximum of 100 attendees per day. All attendees will have a flexible, safe and socially responsible experience. 

Virtual Features

Live broadcast of all the talks

Recordings of every talk available for three months after the event


08 May 2019

Pre-Conference and Main Conference Registration Desk Open
Plaza Court Registration Area

Chairs Welcome
Discussion: Ensuring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in a hybrid workforce
Developing skill sets for the future workforce
Morning coffee & networking break
Conference Breakouts
Breakout One: Digital Workplace
Breakout Two: HR
Breakout Three: Culture & Engagement
Lunch & Networking


June 9th
Chairman's Welcome and Opening Remarks

Victoria Dew, CEO, Dewpoint Communications

Presentation: HR as Experience Design

Presentation: HR as Experience Design

Centering purpose as the driving organizational force
Installing micro-structures that foster empathy
Integrating employee voices, journey maps and moments that matter
Managing agile teams to accelerate development


Jason Ashlock, Senior Vice President, Customer + Employee Experience, Kuehne + Nagel

Panel: The Impact of Covid on HR and Internal Communications
  •  How has the pandemic changed the role of HR and Corporate Comms?

•        What new trends are we seeing?

•        What is the future of HR roles now that every employee is connected comms and HR?

•        What can be learnt from different industry verticals?

Moderator: Victoria Dew, CEO, Dewpoint Communications

Leila Bryner, SVP, Internal Communications & Employee Experience, Change Healthcare
Kerri Warner, Global Head of Employee Communications, Mastercard

Andrea Gumz-Dietrich, Team Lead, Customer Success, Igloo Software

Presentation: Employee wellbeing in the digital age
  • Tackling mental health and encouraging social connectivity
  • Employing analytics to identify areas of concern
  • Managing potential conflict between home and office workers
  • How can remote workers keep separation between work and home life an avoid being on 24/7.


Maria Alejandra De Cordova, Vice President Human Resources Gillette, Venus, Braun and TAOS- Procter & Gamble

Presentation: Three things sailing around Africa taught me about what internal comms teams need today

2021 brings a massive agenda for those working in the people space as we navigate themes like employee experience, mental wellbeing and digital workplaces. While the “same storm, different boats” sentiment comes to mind as no two companies are alike, the power of effective communication is one thing we can all agree on. Join me as we unpack three practical tips that will help your internal comms team stay on course this year.  

Speaker: Karen Johnston, Director Of Communications, IC Thrive

Coffee Break
Presentation: Becoming a resilient organization
  • What challenges need to be overcome to become truly resilient organization? A look at skills and work design.
  • Shifting focus from being an efficiency first to resiliency first enterprise.
  • Leveraging employee and organizational agility to be prepared for continuous changes and respond with speed and effectiveness.
  • Removing barriers to resilience.


Laura Lee, Chief Human Resources Officer, MGM Resorts International

Presentation: The Role of HR in digital transformation
  • How can HR play a role in its organization’s digital transformation strategy?
  • How can HR leaders become trusted advisors and facilitators of Digital Transformation?
  • Keeping strategies aligned with business needs
  • Addressing the skills gap
  • Managing change and mindsets among employees


Pradheepa Raman, Global Head of Human Resources and Chief Transformation Officer, Global Tools & Storage at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

Panel: Driving diversity and inclusion in a remote workforce
  • How has the move to remote working impacted diversity in the workplace?
  • What role does internal communications play in creating workplace equality?
  • Creating protocols of language and behaviour.
  • Leveraging multiple digital channels to relay information, protocols and drive engagement.

Moderator: Lakisha Brooks, Talent Management Executive, Brooks Enterprise and Consultants


Shradha Prakash, VP Future of Work, Org Design & Talent Enablement at PrudentialFinancial

Celeste Warren, Vice President, Global Diversity and Inclusion COE, Merck

Karla Blanco, Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Products & Systems Integration, Intel

End of Day Two

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Prices & packges


  • One Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networking
  • Lunch and Networking
  • Access To All Sessions on the Day
  • Access To All Sessions Post Event Via the FoW-HUB


  • Two Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networking
  • Lunch & Networing
  • Access To All Session on The Day
  • Access to All Sessions Post Event via The FoW HUB


$115 / Person
  • Access to All Sessions Virtually On The Day
  • Submit Questions Live
  • Access To All Sessions Post Event Via the FoW HUB