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Labour Education in Canada

Canada. Dept. of Labour. Economics and Research Branch.

Labour Education in Canada

Report of the National Conference on Labour Education.

by Canada. Dept. of Labour. Economics and Research Branch.

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1. Labour Relations, 4th Edition (Larry Suffield, Gary Gannon) The book is $, on its own. Please be reasonable. (Condition: almost new) Most important concepts have been typed up as an addition to the book. Either Solutions Manual or Test Bank can be added for $ Will meet in downtown or Ryerson university or some other convenient location. Labour markets have been restructured to render labour more flexible and precarious, and in Canada as in other high-income capitalist labour markets, employers are relying on migrant and immigrant workers as “unfree labour.” This book explores labour migration to Canada and how public policies of temporary and guest worker programs function.


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