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WKLS Prof. Carlo Fanelli quoted in The Toronto Star about essential worker wages and unionized labour clout

WKLS Prof. Carlo Fanelli quoted in The Toronto Star about essential worker wages and unionized labour clout

"...affordable housing is only one end of the equation, says Carlo Fanelli, co-ordinator of York University’s work and labour studies program. What you also need is higher wages. And one way to do this is to raise the minimum wage, Fanelli says." Read more in The Toronto Star (subscribers only) or the same article in […]

Carlo Fanelli, assistant professor and coordinator of the Work and Labour Studies program, pens an op-ed in the Huffington Post

Carlo Fanelli, assistant professor and coordinator of the Work and Labour Studies program, pens an op-ed in the Huffington Post

Carlo Fanelli, assistant professor and coordinator of the Work and Labour Studies program, penned an op-ed in the Huffington Post about why leaders who are serious about tackling low-wage work should embrace unions [YFile]

WKLS professor Carlo Fanelli writes Press Progress article: "Lower Wages, Less Job Security: More Than 2 Million Canadians Worked in Temporary Jobs Last Year"

WKLS professor Carlo Fanelli writes Press Progress article: "Lower Wages, Less Job Security: More Than 2 Million Canadians Worked in Temporary Jobs Last Year"

‘This inequality is not accidental’: Canadian workers stuck in temporary jobs earn $6 per hour less than permanent workers More than one-in-eight Canadian employees worked a temporary job in 2018, earning on average $6 per hour less than those working permanent jobs. According to a report by Statistics Canada, published Tuesday, the percentage of Canadian workers […]

Prof. Carlo Fanelli: Lower Wages, Less Job Security: More Than 2 Million Canadians Worked in Temporary Jobs Last Year (Press Progress)

Prof. Carlo Fanelli: Lower Wages, Less Job Security: More Than 2 Million Canadians Worked in Temporary Jobs Last Year (Press Progress)

‘This inequality is not accidental’: Canadian workers stuck in temporary jobs earn $6 per hour less than permanent workers. More than one-in-eight Canadian employees worked a temporary job in 2018, earning on average $6 per hour less than those working permanent jobs. According to a report by Statistics Canada, published Tuesday, the percentage of Canadian workers […]