As the immediate challenges posed by the pandemic fade, museums face a landscape of work and labor profoundly altered by the stressors of the past three years. The balance of work from on site, hybrid, and remote has undergone long-term shifts.
Empowered by an enduring labor shortage, staff and potential employees have new expectations regarding pay, benefits, and work culture. Museums are struggling to fill open positions, working to allocate salary dollars more equitably, and exploring what tasks and roles might be automated in the future.
Join us for this webinar to explore specific, actionable steps museums can take to create better, more supportive and equitable workplaces, and to attract the paid and volunteer positions they need.
In partnership with the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), this panel will be moderated by Elizabeth Merritt, vice president of strategic foresight and founding director, Center for the Future of Museums.