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Angella MacEwen | What can government do to address precarious employment? A whole lot, it turns out.
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Redeye Collective | Two weeks ago Canada Post issued 72-hour lockout notice to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. But management withdrew its lockout notice when it didn't get the backing of the Liberal government.
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Teuila Fuatai | Library workers prepare for a looming strike deadline on Monday May 2 as key issues like job security and funding are negotiated this weekend. Teuila Fuatai spoke with two workers about the situation.
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Teuila Fuatai | Thousands of Toronto city workers are facing sweeping contract changes designed to eliminate job security, create less stability for part-time employees and significantly reduce benefits, says union.
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Jen Halsall | From clean water to better job security, our bloggers bring an assortment of national resolutions. Now, Canada only needs the political willpower to stick to them.
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Redeye Collective | A recent report by the International Labour Organization finds that the changing nature of employment is contributing to inequality worldwide. Steven Tobin is senior economist with the ILO.
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Brent Patterson | As much as the Harper government wants to position itself as "able fiscal managers," it is not delivering an economy that offers secure employment.
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Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite | Toronto's Workers' Action Centre has released a new report, Still Living on the Edge: Building Decent Jobs from the Ground Up, which addresses issues facing Ontario's workers.
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Angela Regnier | Take a stand against exploitative employment practices at universities
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Kate McInturff | If private sector compensation looked more like public sector compensation, the gender wage gap would narrow, discrimination would diminish, and CEOs would take a pay cut.
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Jerry Dias | Unifor has called on the federal government to convene a multi-stakeholder Good Jobs Summit, so that a conversation about creating and sustaining decent work can start in earnest.
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Linda McQuaig | Perhaps the attack on unions isn't surprising, given the ongoing recession caused by the 2008 financial crash. Better to turn the 99 per cent against each other rather than against the 1 per cent.