February 8, 2001
Sidore Series Theme is “The Changing Face of Work”
What do workers want? David Molpus will address that question in “The Changing Face of Work,” part of Plymouth State College’s Saul O Sidore Lecture Series, at 7 p.m., Monday, February 19 at Smith Recital Hall in the Silver Cultural Arts Center. Molpus has won numerous journalistic awards during more than 20 years as a reporter, producer and program host at National Public Radio, where he currently covers workplace issues. In this talk, he will address issues that are affecting people in the workplace today: involvement in decision making, balancing work and life, workload stress, trust, the desire for meaningful part-time work among professionals (especially women), and the resentment of some childless workers of what they perceive as an age of family-friendly workplaces.
The Saul O Sidore Lecture Series was established at Plymouth State College in 1979 to bring a variety of speakers to the College each year to address the critical political, social and cultural issues and events of our time. Sidore Lectures are offered to the public free of charge. The talk will by followed by a reception. For more information call Daniel Moore, associate professor of business at Plymouth State College, at (603) 535-2525. If special accomodations are needed for persons with disabilities, call the Silver Cultural Arts Center in advance at (603) 535-ARTS.
[NOTE: The omission of the period after the middle initial in the Sidore name is not an error. PSC adheres to the wishes of the family in presenting the name in this format.]
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