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Alternate minimum wages BC
Farm Workers and Piece-Rates
- Application of the minimum wage to farm labour: Part 1.
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- Application of the minimum wage to farm labour: Part 2.
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- Farm Workers in Western Canada: Injustices and Activism.
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- The Regulatory Exclusion of Agricultural Workers in Alberta.
Barnetson, B. (2009) Just Labour: A Canadian Journal of Work and Society, 14, 1-25.
- Daily Wages and piece rates in agrarian economies.
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- Fact Sheet #12: Agricultural Employers Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
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- Eroding Worker Protections: British Columbia’s New ‘Flexible’ Employment Standards.
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- Minimum Wages for Hand Harvesting Farm Workers Frozen Again by Employer Friendly BC Government.
Fairey, D. (2012) BC Employment Standards for the Next Decade Coalition, 1-4.
- Cultivating Farmworker Rights: Ending the Exploitation of Immigrant and Migrant Farmworkers in BC.
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- Piece rates and their effects on health and safety – A literature review.
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- The Changing of Farm Labour in British Columbia: Exploring the Experiences of Migrant Quebecois and Mexican Agricultural Workers in the Okanagan Valley.
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- Migrant Agricultural Workers and Their Socio-economic, Occupational and Health Conditions – A Literature Review.
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- Seasonal Agricultural Workers in Canada: Understanding the Socio-Political Issues.
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- Hand-Harvesters of Fraser Valley Berry Crops: New Era Protection of Vulnerable Employees.
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- Worker and Firm Determinants of Piece Rate Variation in an Agricultural Labor Market.
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- Wages, Wage Violations, and Pesticide Safety Experienced by Migrant Farmworkers in North Carolina.
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- A Research and Outreach Agenda for Agricultural Workers in California.
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- Growing Good Agricultural Jobs in British Columbia.
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- Review of Regulated Minimum Piece Rates for Agricultural Hand Harvesters in BC: Final Report.
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- A Worker-Employer-Customer Triangle: The Case of Tips. Industrial Law Journal 40(2): 181-206.
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- Twenty-three Years and Still Waiting for Change. Why It’s Time to Give Tipped Workers the Regular Minimum Wage.
Allegretto, S. and Cooper, D. (2014) Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC.
- Tipping as a Tool for Gendered Exploitation in Restaurants: An Analysis on the Impact of the Employment Standards Act for Women Serving in Ontario.
Dobson, L.M. (2014) Carleton University, 1-126.
- Reliance on tipping creates inequity and leaves workers vulnerable.
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- Female servers are vulnerable to sexual harassment on the job: UVIC researcher.
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- Customers, tips, and law: gender and the precariousness of work in BC restaurants.
Matulewicz, K. (2013) University of Victoria Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1-25.
- Law and the Construction of Institutionalized Sexual Harassment in Restaurants.
Matulewicz, K. (2015) Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 30 (3), 401-419.
- Tipping behaviour in Canadian restaurants.
Maynard, L.J., Mupandawana, M. (2009) International Journal of Hospitality Management, 28(4), 597-603.
- Tipped Out: How Do Gratuities Affect Restaurant Operations?
McAdams, B and von Massow, M. (2017) Journal of Foodservice Business Research 20(4): 432-446.
- Not on the Menu. Inquiry Report on Sexualized and Gender-based Dress Codes in Ontario’s Restaurants.
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- Restaurant Employees Factsheet.
(2017) Employment Standards Branch, Government of BC. 1-4.
- The Glass Floor. Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry.
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- Temporary Work in Transnational Labor Regulation: SER-Centrism and the Risk of Exacerbating Gendered Precariousness.
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- How Far Does the Employment Standards act, 2000, Extend and What are the Gaps in Coverage? An Empirical Analysis of Archival and Statistical Data.
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- Minimum Wages and Tipped Servers.
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- Hired as a Caregiver, Demanded as a Housewife – Becoming a Migrant Domestic Workers in Turkey.
Akalin, A. (2007) European Journal of Women’s Studies, 14(3), 209-225.
- Doing the Dirty Work?: The Global Politics of Domestic Labour.
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- The Political Economy of Migrant Live-in Caregivers: A Case of Unfree Labour.
Bakan, A., & Stasiulis, D. (2012) In P.T. Lenard & C. Straehle (Eds.). Legislated Inequality: Temporary Labour Migration in Canada (pp. 202-226). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
- The missing link: Gender, immigration policy and the Live-in Caregiver Program in Canada.
Brickner, R.K., Straehle, C. (2010) Policy and Society, 29(2010), 309-320.
- Caring for BC’s Aging Population: Improving Health Care for All.
Cohen, M. (2012) Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives BC Office.
- Support to Isolation: The High Cost of BC’s Declining Hope Support Services.
Cohen, M., McLaren, A., Sharman, Z., et al. (2006) Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
- Community Health Workers.
(2014) Health Employers Association of BC.
- Current and Forthcoming Minimum Hourly Wage Rates for Young Workers and Specific Occupations.
(2017) Government of Canada.
- Federal government tightens live-in caregiver regulations.
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- Precarious Migrant Status and Precarious Employment: The Paradox of International Rights for Migrant Workers.
Fudge, J. (2012) Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 34(95), 11-15.
- Migrants, Unfree Labour, and the Legal Construction of Domestic Servitude: Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK.
Fudge, J., & K. Strauss. (2014) In C. Costello and M. Freedland (Eds.), Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law (pp. 160-179). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Domestic labour and exploitation: The case of the live-in caregiver program in Canada (LCP).
Galerand, E., Gallie, M., Gobeil, J.O. (2015) SAC-PINAY Research Report, 1-51.
- Health employers and Community Bargaining Association Ratify Five-Year Agreement.
(2014) Health Employers Association of BC.
- Hire a temporary worker as an in-home caregiver - Overview.
(2017) Employment and Social Development Canada.
- “Unskilled Labour”: Canada’s Live-in Caregiver Program.
Hodge, J. (2006) Undercurrent, 3(2), 60-66.
- Living Wages and Retention of Homecare Workers in San Francisco.
Howes, C. (2005) Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 44(1), 139-163.
- Caring for the Elderly: The Embodied Labour of Migrant Care Workers in Singapore.
Huang, S., Brenda, S.A.Y., & Mika Toyota. (2012) Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs, 12(2), 195-215.
- “We don’t do it for the money” … The scale and reasons of poverty-pay among frontline long-term care workers in England.
Hussein, S. (2017) Health & Social Care in the Community, 25(6), 1817-1826.
- Immigration Policy and the Live-in Caregiver Program: The Racialization of Feminized Work in Canada’s Labour Market, an Intersectional Approach.
Krahn, D. (2014) Manitoba Policy Perspectives, 1(1), 48-64.
- Home Care Sector in Canada: Economic Problems.
Le Goff, P. (2002) Government of Canada.
- Labour Market Work and Home Care’s Unpaid Caregivers: A Systematic Review of Labor Force Participation Rates, Predictors of Labor Market Withdrawal, and Hours of Work.
Lilly, M.B., Laporte, A., Coyte, P.C. (2007) The Millbank Quarterly, 85(4), 641-690.
- Every Voice Counts: Office of the Seniors Advocate Residential Care Survey Provincial Results.
Office of the Seniors Advocate British Columbia. (2017) Victoria, B.C.: British Columbia and Mackenzie.
- Job Satisfaction: Insights from Home Support Care Workers in Three Canadian Jurisdictions.
Panagiotoglou, M., Fancey, P., Keefe, J., & Martin-Matthews, A. (2017) Canadian Journal on Aging-Revue Canadienne Du Vieillissement, 36(1), 1-4.
- Program Requirements for Low-Wage Positions.
(2017) Employment and Social Development Canada.
- The Best of Care: Getting It Right for Seniors in British Columbia (Part 2).
(2012) Office of the Ombudsperson.
- Associations between Workers’ Health, and Non-Standard Hours and Insecurity: The Case of Home Care Workers in Ontario, Canada.
Zeytinoglu, I.U., Denton, M., Plenderleith, J., & Chowhan, J. (2015) International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(19), 2503-2522.