The Policy & Practice Catalog offers a searchable and sortable collection of innovative policy ideas and practices that respond to the challenges and opportunities created by the impact of new technology on work.
Current:  More and more research is being produced on the Future of Work each year, and our staff continues to evaluate new policies and practices to ensure the catalog stays up-to-date.
Collaborative:  The catalog was compiled with the input of numerous experts in the field and offers thought leaders an opportunity to provide valuable feedback on each item.
Easy to navigate:  The catalog is organized so that decision-makers can quickly access material relevant to their communities and interests.
One Stop Shop:  The catalog aggregates leading research, policies, and practices into one comprehensive format, allowing decisions-makers to view ideas from numerous studies in one easy to use toolkit.
These proposals have been sourced from an array of research reports - they are not endorsed by the Task Force, nor are they intended to be recommendations. Instead, they are meant to inform discussions about policy solutions pertaining to the Future of Work.
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The Future of Work Task Force was established by Governor Murphy via Executive Order 41 to evaluate how technological advancements will shape the future
of New Jersey’s economy and workforce, and produce an evidence-based policy roadmap to prepare the state for the future of work.
Specifically, the Task Force is charged with the following objectives:
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