Elevating Workers and Guiding Industry in Navigating AI, Technology, and the Future of Work

Building a sustainable future that centers workers alongside technological innovation

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» We collaborate with key players in the industry, including venture capitalists, limited partners, founders, CEOs, and Boards, to shape the development and implementation of technology in workplaces and labor markets«

Business case


Venture Capital & Limited Partners

Venture capital faces pressure to conduct greater due diligence on early-stage companies, using frameworks like ESG, human rights, and responsible innovation/AI. Limited partners are also critical in ensuring worker-centered, responsible tech innovation ecosystem.

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Founders lead in tech innovation but juggle fundraising, hiring, and product development. Adopting responsible, workforce-focused innovation practices helps not only retain talent and but avoid avoid social risks.

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CEOs are under more pressure to make sure their technologies are sustainable and protect workers' long-term economic health, due to fast-changing regulations and tech business risks.

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Corporate boards, traditionally overseeing company performance, are now urged to guide on issues like climate change, AI, human capital, and culture

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Project Phases

(1) Develop a national network of workers across industries.

(2) Support infrastructure to engage workers in an iterative process to develop technology standards.

(2) Pilot new models for dialogue, bargaining, and deliberation between workers and companies or industry.

(3) Develop industry guidances for stakeholders (e.g. investors, boards, and company-builders).

(3) Support emerging "future of work" cross-sectoral bridging leaders.


Phase 1

National Survey: to identify themes to be covered in the standards.

Phase 2

Engagement Infrastructure: Develop networks of workers across industries


Phase 3

Consultation and Dialogue with Workers: to review standards and identify industry-specific worker concerns.


Phase 4

Identify Business Risks: through research on industry and technology trends.


Phase 5

Launch Standards: with guidances for stakeholders.

Phase 6

Worker-Industry Experimentation: pilot new ways for deliberation, bargaining, and dialogue between workers and industry.