The Future of Organized Labor in Canada Essay by Master Researcher

The Future of Organized Labor in Canada
Takes a look at the future of organized labor in Canada by examining how it has been effected by Canada's present and emerging economy.
# 32532 | 2,400 words | 6 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 12, 2003 in Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Labor Studies (General)

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The face of labor in Canada is quickly changing. The number of blue-collar jobs has been declining for years in such areas as resource industry, construction, manufacturing, and so on, where unionization has traditionally been the most common. Present and future jobs in the so-called post-industrial society are to be found in sales and services, especially in the private sector. These jobs are typically diverse, part time, poorly paid, and thus difficult, if not impossible, to organize. This paper will look at the effects of the present and emerging economy on organized labour in Canada.

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