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Equity, diversity, and Canadian labour

Equity, diversity, and Canadian labour

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor unions -- Social aspects -- Canada,
  • Labor unions -- Canada -- Political activity,
  • Labor movement -- Canada,
  • Labor union democracy -- Canada,
  • Pay equity -- Canada,
  • Syndicats -- Aspect social -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references: p. [257]-282.

    Statementedited by Gerald Hunt and David Rayside.
    ContributionsRayside, David M. 1947-, Hunt, Gerald, 1948-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD6524 .E65 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 285 p. ;
    Number of Pages285
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18535154M
    ISBN 100802089569, 0802086349
    ISBN 109780802089564, 9780802086341
    LC Control Number2008353697

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    In Equity, Diversity and Canadian Labour, eds. Gerald Hunt and David Rayside. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, , pp. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, , pp. “Privileging Agency and Organizing: A New Approach to Women’s Studies.”. Racialized Precarious Employment and the Inadequacies of the Canadian Welfare State. Racialized Precarious Employment and the Inadequacies of the Canadian Welfare State Show all authors. Equity, diversity, and Canadian labour: A comparative perspective. In Hunt, G., Rayside, D. (Eds.), Cited by: 1.

    Search: Français. 1 - 25 of and Neoliberal Reform, (CHAP) Community Unionism and the Canadian Labour Movement, (BOOK) Confrontation, Struggle and Transformation: Organized Labour in the St. Catharines Canadian unions and constitutional reform, (JOUR) Equity, Diversity, and Canadian Labour, (CHAP) Federal Public. cally, to put Canadian women and chil-dren at risk. Valerie J. Korinek University of Saskatchewan Gerald Hunt & David Rayside, eds., Equity, Diversity, and Canadian Labour (Toronto: University of Toronto Press ) This past Labour Day the annual fes-tivities in Saskatoon sought to highlight the ongoing differential in pay between female and.


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