Between 1945 and the Reagan era, Americans understood that work benefited all and when productivity when up, all stakeholders shared in the rewards. Of course that all changed. But in his new book “Shaping the Future of Work: What Future Worker, Business, Government and Education Leaders Need to do for All To Prosper,” author and MIT work and employment relations professor Thomas Kochan points out that we are not powerless, that there is a window of opportunity for a shift in policies that can enable us to leave a better economy for the next generations.

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