Working Without Commitments: The Health Effects of Precarious Employment Paperback – Jan 17 2011
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"Working Without Commitments is a timely and innovative contribution to scholarship on precarious employment and work and health in the contemporary North American labour market." Mark Thomas, Department of Sociology, York University
About the Author
Wayne Lewchuk is a professor of labour studies and economics at McMaster University. Marlea Clarke is an assistant professor in political science at the University of Victoria and a research associate of the Labour and Enterprise Policy Research Group (LEP) at the University of Cape Town. Alice de Wolff is a research coordinator who has managed projects and organizations related to equity, employment, adult education, and international development. She was a member of York University's Alliance on Contingent Employment.
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