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Labour Unions
A look at labor unions in Canada.
# 139468 | 2,500 words | 5 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Labor Studies (General)


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This paper takes an in-depth look at labor unions in Canada, focusing on Godard's definition of labor. This is described as people in Canada who work, but who do not exercise substantial decision-making authority. These are workers who are ordered about by people who do have substantial decision-making authority. This group encompasses manual workers, as well as many non-manual and professional workers. Examples are teachers, police, technicians, office workers, etc.

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"Godard defines labour as people in Canada who work, but who do not exercise substantial decision-making authority. These are workers who are ordered about by people who do have substantial decision-making authority. This group encompasses manual workers, as well as many non-manual and professional workers. Examples are teachers, police, technicians, office workers, etc. Thus, "labour" encompasses many people who could also be..."

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