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The Shifting Landscape of Work

The Shifting Landscape of Work

ISBN 9780176500658
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Preface Introduction Part One: Scanning the Horizon Chapter 1: Rich but Losing Ground: How Canada's Position in the World Economy Impacts Jobs, Social Choices, and Life Chances Dan Glenday Chapter 2: Canada's Labour Movement in Challenging Times: Unions and Their Role in a Changing Economy Angelo Di Caro, Chad Johnston, and Jim Stanford Chapter 3: Walmartization and the McJob: The Jobs that Boomed in the New Economy Norene Pupo Chapter 4: Neoliberalism, Families, and Work-Life Balance Kate Bezanson Part Two: Working the Margins Chapter 5:Trapped in the Shadows: The Working Lives of Invisible Minorities Gerald Hunt Chapter 6: The Entrenchment of Racial Categories in Precarious Employment Kiran Mirchandani, Roxana Ng, Nel Coloma-Moya, Srabani Maitra, Trudy Rawlings, Honxia Shan, Khaleda Siddiqui, and Bonnie L. Slade Chapter 7: Work, Living, and Learning Within Canadian Guest Worker Programs Peter H. Sawchuk and Arlo Kempf Part Three: The Emerging Landscape Chapter 8: The Lengthening Shadow of Unemployment Ann Duffy Chapter 9: Power and Loose Time: Resistance, Compliance and the Potential for Creativity in Large Organizations Dan Glenday Chapter 10: Coordinated Bargaining: Stemming the Tide, Opening the Floodgates Alan Hall Appendix: Suggested Websites and Films Glossary References Index
Overview
Preface Introduction Part One: Scanning the Horizon Chapter 1: Rich but Losing Ground: How Canada's Position in the World Economy Impacts Jobs, Social Choices, and Life Chances Dan Glenday Chapter 2: Canada's Labour Movement in Challenging Times: Unions and Their Role in a Changing Economy Angelo Di Caro, Chad Johnston, and Jim Stanford Chapter 3: Walmartization and the McJob: The Jobs that Boomed in the New Economy Norene Pupo Chapter 4: Neoliberalism, Families, and Work-Life Balance Kate Bezanson Part Two: Working the Margins Chapter 5:Trapped in the Shadows: The Working Lives of Invisible Minorities Gerald Hunt Chapter 6: The Entrenchment of Racial Categories in Precarious Employment Kiran Mirchandani, Roxana Ng, Nel Coloma-Moya, Srabani Maitra, Trudy Rawlings, Honxia Shan, Khaleda Siddiqui, and Bonnie L. Slade Chapter 7: Work, Living, and Learning Within Canadian Guest Worker Programs Peter H. Sawchuk and Arlo Kempf Part Three: The Emerging Landscape Chapter 8: The Lengthening Shadow of Unemployment Ann Duffy Chapter 9: Power and Loose Time: Resistance, Compliance and the Potential for Creativity in Large Organizations Dan Glenday Chapter 10: Coordinated Bargaining: Stemming the Tide, Opening the Floodgates Alan Hall Appendix: Suggested Websites and Films Glossary References Index

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