Enabling Worker Mobility in the Social Purpose Economy

Are we asking the right questions about the future of work?

Why It Matters

Cross-organizational and cross-sector mobility is slowly becoming mainstream in the social purpose economy. In a sector that already struggles to attract and retain the best and brightest talent, ensuring portability of worker rights, benefits, credentials, and intellectual property is of huge consequence.

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