Join the National Academy of Social Insurance for its 30th Annual Policy Research Conference on January 29-30, 2018 in Washington, DC.
The standard employment relationship has been eroding for decades, a process which has been accelerated by the emergence of apps that facilitate contingent work for multiple clients or employers. While the traditional structure of social insurance programs works well for a majority of the workforce, reforms are needed to broaden coverage for the growing ranks of workers in nonstandard employment relationships.
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As a conference participant, you’ll be among leading experts and stakeholders, including policy analysts and researchers, political scientists, economists, actuaries, students, journalists, Congressional staff, business and industry leaders, labor union representatives, program administrators, advocates, grassroots organization leaders, and more.
Since its inception in 1986, the Academy has hosted annual conferences that have offered visionary insights and rigorous inquiry into the functioning of our nation’s social insurance programs and how they can continue to meet the changing needs of American families, employees, and employers. Participants leave the conference with valuable takeaways, including the latest research findings in the various fields of social insurance, who’s who in the field, and which organizations are most engaged in these issues.