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2017

Austria, J., Kelly, P., & Wells, D. (Forthcoming). Precarious Students and Families in Halton, Ontario: Reading Citizenship, Employment and Filipino Student Success. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Baines, D. (Forthcoming). Care and Control in Long Term Care Work. In Evans, B. and McBride, S. (Eds.), Austerity: The Lived Experience. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [Read]

Baines, D., & Cunningham, I. (Forthcoming). How Could Management Let This Happen? Gender, Participation, and Industrial Action in the Nonprofit Sector. Economic and Industrial Democracy. [Read]

Baines, D., Cunningham, I., & Shields, J. (2017). Filling the Gaps: Unpaid (and Precarious) Work in the Nonprofit Social Services. Critical Social Policy. [Read]

Bosmans, K., Lewchuck, W., De Cyuper, N., Hardonk, S., Van Aerden, K., Vanroelen, C. (2017). The Experience of Employment Strain and Activation Among Temporary Agency Workers in CanadaSociety, Health & Vulnerability, 8(1), 1-15. [Read]

Cunningham, I., Baines, D., & Shields, J. (Forthcoming). Austerity, Precarity and Workers' Voice: Is representation happening for the precarious workforce in non-union, community services? In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Cunningham, I., Baines, D., & Shields, J. (Forthcoming). You've Just Cursed Us: Precarity, Austerity and Worker Participation in the Nonprofit Social Services. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations

Díaz Mendiburo, A., Lyn A., McLaughlin, J., Vasilevska, B., & Wells D. (Forthcoming). Sacrificing of the Family for the Family: Impacts of Repeated Separations on Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Dyson, D., & Akter, N. (Forthcoming). The Immigrant Discount: How provincial labour standards are ignored on the edges of the labour market. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Galabuzi, G-E. (Forthcoming). The Impact of Precarity on Urban Neighbourhoods. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Kelly, P., & de Leon, C. (Forthcoming). Rescripting Care Work: Collaborative Cultural Production and Caregiver Advocacy in Toronto. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., & Laflèche, M. (2017). Precarious employment: what it means for workers and their families. In R. Burke and K. Page (Eds.), Research Handbook on Work and Well-Being (pp. 150-170). Edward Elgar. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., & Procyk, S. (Forthcoming). What to do about precarity? In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., Procyk, S., & Shields, J. (Forthcoming). Introduction: Precarious Employment, Families and Communities. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

McLaughlin, J., Wells, D., Lyn, A., & Diaz, A. (Forthcoming). Temporary Workers, Temporary Fathers: Transnational Family Impacts of Canada's Seasonal Agricultural Workers' Program. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations

Nugent, J. P. (Forthcoming). The Right to Build the City: Can Community Benefits Agreements Bring Employment Equity to the Construction Sector? Labour/Le Travail.

Patterson, S., Carson, J., & Siemiatycki, M. (Forthcoming). Cleaners Against Precarity, Lessons from a Vulnerable Workforce. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Premji, S., & Shakya, Y. (Forthcoming). Precarious Employment and Racialized Immigrant Women. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Premji, S., & Shakya, Y. (2017). Pathways between under/unemployment and health among racialized immigrant women in TorontoEthnicity & Health, 22(1), 17-35. [Read]

Shields, J., Baines, D. & Cunningham, I. (Forthcoming). Precarious Undertakings: Serving Vulnerable Communities through Non-Profit Work. In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Tan, S. K. (Forthcoming). Voices of the Minimum Wage Campaign: $14 Now! In S. Procyk, W. Lewchuk & J. Shields (Eds.), Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

United Way Toronto & York Region and KPMG (2017, July 6). Better Business Outcomes Through Workforce Security: A Business Case Framework. Tan, S. K. (Forthcoming). United Way Toronto & York Region and KPMG. [Read]

2016

Baines, D. (2016). Moral projects and compromise resistance: Resisting uncaring in nonprofit care workStudies in Political Economy, 97(2), 124-142. [Read]

Cunningham, I., Baines, D., Shields, J., & Lewchuk, W. (2016). Austerity policies, ‘precarity’ and the nonprofit workforce: A comparative study of UK and CanadaJournal of Industrial Relations, 58(4), 455-472. [Read]

Lewchuk, W. (2016). The Precarity Penalty: How Insecure Employment Disadvantages Workers and Their FamiliesAlternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research, 27, 87-108. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., & Dassinger, J. (2016). Precarious employment and precarious resistance:“we are people still”Studies in Political Economy, 97(2), 143-158. [Read]

Martin, J. C. (2016). The Game: Easier or Tougher? A Study of Hamilton Millenials and Self-Employment. School of Labour Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. [Read]

2015

Galabuzi, G-E., Sidhu, N., & Fumia, D. (2015). Stable Jobs = Stable Communities. Unpublished manuscript. [Read]

PEPSO. (2015). The Precarity Penalty: The Impact of Precarious Employment on Individuals, Households and Communities - And What to Do About It. PEPSO, McMaster University and United Way Toronto. [Read]

Tiessen, K. (2015). Raising the Bar: Revisiting the benchmark question of Ontario’s minimum wage. Toronto: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Ontario Office. [Read] 

2014

Access Alliance. (2014). Like Wonder Women, Goddesses, and Robots: How Immigrant Women are Impacted by and Respond to Precarious Employment. Toronto: Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. [Read]

Baines, D., Cunningham, I., Campey, J., & Shields, J. (2014) Not Profiting From Precarity: The Work of Non-Profit Service Delivery and the Creation of Precariousness. Just Labour, 22, 74-93. [Read]

Carson, J. & Siemiatycki, M. (2014). Resisting Precarity in Toronto's Municipal Sector: The Justice and Dignity for Cleaners Campaign, Just Labour, 22, 168-185. [Read

Fumia, D., Galabuzi, G-E., Sidhu, N. (2014). City of Toronto Report: Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario (PEPSO) Case Study #5: Impact of High Levels of Precarity on Urban Neighbourhood Economies and Particular Populations. Unpublished manuscript. [Read]

Goldring, L., & Joly, P. (2014). Immigration, Citizenship and Racialization at Work: Unpacking Employment Precarity in Southwestern Ontario. Just Labour, 22, 94-121. [Read]

Khosla, P. (2014). Working Women, Working Poor. Toronto: Women and Work Research Group. [Read]

KPMG (2014). Precarious Employment: The Employers' Perspective. Toronto: KPMG LLP. [Read]

Lewchuck, W., & Laflèche, M. (2014). Precarious Employment and Social OutcomesJust Labour, 22, 45-50. [Read]

Lewchuck, W., & Laflèche, M. (2014). It's about more than wages: The social impact of precarious employment. Canadian Dimension, 48(3), 24-26. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., Laflèche, M. & Vrankulj, S. (2014). Bridging the Gap. In D. Baines & S.McBride (Eds.), Orchestrating Austerity: Impacts and Resistance (pp. 106-117). Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Lewchuk, W., Laflèche, M., Dyson, D., Goldring, L., Meisner, A., Procyk, S., Rosen, D., Shields, J., Viducis, P., & Vrankulj, S. (2014). Is Precarious Employment Low Income Employment? The Changing Labour Market in Southern Ontario. Just Labour, 22, 51-73. [Read]

Nugent, J. (2014). The Community Must Benefit: Local Agreements Between Developers and the People. Our Times, 33(3), 21-25. [Read]

Premji, S., Shakya, Y., Spasevski, M., Merolli, J., & Athar, S. (2014). Precarious Work Experiences of Racialized Immigrant Woman in Toronto: A Community- Based Study. Just Labour, 22, 122-143. [Read]

Shields, J. (2014). Constructing and 'Liberating' Temporariness in the Canadian Nonprofit Sector: Neoliberalism and Nonprofit Service Providers. In R. Latham, V. Preston & L. Vosko (Eds.), Liberating Temporariness? Migration, Work and Citizenship in and Age of Insecurity (pp. 255-281). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. [Read]

Wells, D., McLaughlin, J., Lyn, A., & Mendiburo, A. (2014). Sustaining Precarious Transnational Families: The Significance of Remittances From Canada's Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program. Just Labour, 22, 144-167. [Read

2013

Access Alliance (2013). Where are the Good Jobs? Toronto: Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. [Read]

Lewchuk, W. (2013). Has there been a She-covery? The financial crisis of 2008 and its impact on the Ontario labour marketIndustrial Relations/Relations Industrielles, 68(1), 25-45. [Read]

Lewchuk, W. (2013). The Limits of Voice: Are Workers Afraid to Express their Health and Safety Rights? Osgoode Law Journal, 50(4), 789-812. [Read]

PEPSO. (2013). It's More than Poverty: Employment Precarity and Household Well-being. PEPSO, McMaster University and United Way Toronto. [Read]

2012

Lewchuk, W., Clarke, M. & de Wolff, A. (2012). Precarious Employment and Occupational Health and Safety in Ontario. In J. Peters (Ed.), Boom, Bust and Crisis: Labour, Corporate Power and Politics in Canada (pp. 163-177). Halifax, NS: Fernwood Publishing. [Read]

Spasevski, M. (2012). Gender, Race and Migration: Investigating the systemic barriers immigrant women face in Toronto’s labour market and the impacts on health. Ontario Women’s Health Network E-Bulletin. [Read]

2011

Shields, J., Kelly, P., Park, S., Prier, N., & Fang, T. (2011). Profiling immigrant poverty in Canada: A 2006 census statistical portrait. Canadian Review of Social Policy, (65/66), 92. [Read]