See also: The Changing Workplaces Review

Administrator’s Interpretation No. 2015-1: The Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s “Suffer or Permit” Standard in the Identification of Employees Who Are Misclassified as Independent Contractors
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Administrator’s Interpretation No. 2016-1: Joint Employment under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers Protection Act
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Advisory Committee on Class Action Reform
Report of the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee on Class Action Reform. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, 1990.
Arthurs, Harry
Fairness at Work: Federal Labour Standards for the 21st Century. (PDF) Gatineau: Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, 2006.
Banks, Kevin
Employment Standards Complaint Resolution, Compliance and Enforcement: A Review of the Literature on Access and Effectiveness. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2015.
Bartkiw, Timothy
“Unions and Temporary Help Agency Employment.” Relations Industrielles 67, no. 3 (2012): 460-470.
Befort, Stephen F. and John W. Budd
Invisible Hands, Invisible Objectives: Bringing Workplace Law and Public Policy into Focus. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009.
Berchem, Steven
“Navigating the 1% Economy.” Staffing Success. September 2013.
Budd, John W
Employment with a Human Face: Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004.
Carter, Donald D
Labour Law Reform: Radical Departure or Natural Evolution? Kingston: Industrial Relations Centre, Queen’s University, 1992.
Casual Employees
Fair Work Ombudsman. www.fairwork.gov.au.
Classification of Full-Time and Part-Time Work Hours
Statistics Canada. www.statcan.gc.ca.
Coalition of B.C. Businesses
Labour Policies that Work, A New Vision for B.C. Vancouver: Coalition of B.C. Businesses, 2001.
Criminal Justice Branch
Ministry of Attorney General (British Columbia). Crown Council Policy Manual, ARCS/ORCS File No. 55340-00: Private Prosecutions. Victoria: Ministry of the Attorney General, 2005.
Employment Standards Act, 2000 Policy & Interpretation Manual.
Toronto: Carswell, 2001.
European Commission
Towards Common Principles of Flexicurity: More and Better Jobs through Flexibility and Security. Brussels: European Commission, 2007.
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
European Working Conditions Survey. Dublin: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2007.
Fact Sheet: Helping Middle-Class Families Get Ahead by Expanding Paid Sick Leave
The White House (Office of the Press Secretary). www.whitehouse.gov.
Fact Sheet: Recent Introduced and Enacted State and Local Fair Scheduling Legislation” (PDF)
National Women’s Law Center. www.nwlc.org.
Fact Sheet #17B: Exemption for Executive Employees Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)” (PDF)
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Fact Sheet #17C: Exemption for Administrative Employees Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)” (PDF)
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Freeman, Richard and Joel Rogers
What Workers Want, revised ed. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006.
Fudge, Judy, Eric Tucker, and Leah Vosko
The Legal Concept of Employment: Marginalizing Workers. Toronto: Law Commission of Ontario, 2002.
Fuller, S. and L. F. Vosko
“Temporary Employment and Social Inequality in Canada: Exploring Intersections of Gender, Race and Immigration Status.” Social Indicators Research 88, no. 1 (2008): 31-50.
Furman, Jason and Sandra Black
The Evolution and Impact of Worker Voice over Time.” The White House. www.whitehouse.gov.
Galais, N. and K. Moser
“Organizational Commitment and the Well-Being of Temporary Agency Workers: A Longitudinal Study.” Human Relations 62, no. 4 (2009): 589-620.
Galarneau, Diane and Eric Fecteau
The Ups and Downs of Minimum Wage.” Statistics Canada. www.statcan.gc.ca.
Gilchrist, Katherine
Temporary Help Agencies. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2016.
Gomez, Rafael
Employee Voice and Representation in the New World of Work: Issues and Options for Ontario. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2015.
Hatton, Erin
The Temp Economy: From Kelly Girls to Permatemps in Postwar America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2012.
Human Resources Development Canada
Seeking a Balance: Canada Labour Code, Part I. Ottawa: Human Resources Development Canada, 1995.
Human Resources Professional Association
A New Deal for Ontario’s Changing Workplaces. Toronto: HRPA, 2015.
Irregular Work Scheduling and Its Consequences” (PDF)
Economic Policy Institute. s2.epi.org.
Kahlenberg, Richard D. and Moshe Marvit
Why Labor Organizing Should Be a Civil Right: Rebuilding a Middle-Class Democracy by Enhancing Worker Voice. New York: The Century Foundation, 2012.
Kochan, Thomas
“Employee Voice in the Anglo-American World: Contours & Consequences.” Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2005.
Law Commission of Ontario
Vulnerable Workers and Precarious Work. Toronto: Law Commission of Ontario, 2012.
Liebman, Wilma B
Why Congress Should Pass the Wage Act.CNBC. September 30, 2015. www.cnbc.com.
Macklin, A
“On the Inside Looking In: Foreign Domestic Workers in Canada.” In Maid in the Market: Women’s Paid Domestic Labour, edited by W. Giles & S. Arat-Koc. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 1994.
McMaster University
Work and Health Survey. Hamilton: McMaster, 2006.
Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour Mandate Letter
Office of the Prime Minister. pm.gc.ca.
Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Noack, Andrea M. and Leah F. Vosko
Precarious Jobs in Ontario: Mapping Dimensions of Labour Market Insecurity by Workers’ Social Location and Context. Toronto: Law Commission of Ontario, 2011.
Notebaert, Gerard
“The Impact of the Legislative Framework on Unionization Rates for Temporary Workers in Quebec and in France.” Relations Industrielles 61, no. 2 (2006): 223-246.
Office of the General Counsel, National Labor Relations Board
Basic Guide to the National Labor Relations Act: General Principles of Law under the Statute and Procedures of the National Labor Relations Board. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1997.
Ontario Ministry of Labour
Changing Workplaces Review: Guide to Consultations. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2015.
Poole, Cynthia
“Steady Growth Continues.” Staffing Success. September 2015.
Quinnell, Kenneth
Introducing the WAGE Act to Strengthen the Rights of Working People.AFL-CIO NOW. September 19, 2015. www.aflcio.org.
The Right to Request Flexible Working Arrangements
Fair Work Ombudsman. www.fairwork.gov.au.
Sack, Jeffrey, C. Michael Mitchell and Sandy Price
Ontario Labour Relations Board Law and Practice, 3rd ed., loose-leaf. Toronto: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 1997.
Scheil-Adlung, Xenia and Lydia Sandner
The Case for Paid Sick Leave: World Health Organization Report. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2010.
Slinn, Sara
Collective Bargaining. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2015.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 279-0025 – Number of Unionized Workers,Employees and Union Density, by Sex and Province. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0002 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, by Sex and Detailed Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0008 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, by North American Industry Classification System, Sex and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0012 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employment by Class of Worker, North American Industry Classification System and Sex. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0074 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Wages of Employees by Job Permanence, Union Coverage, Sex and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0076 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employees by Establishment Size, North American Industry Classification System, Sex and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0078 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employees by Union Coverage, North American Industry Classification System, Sex and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0080 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employees by Job Permanency, North American Industry Classification System, Sex and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0152 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Wages of Employees by Type of Work, National Occupation Classification, Sex, and Age Group. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0220 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employees by Union Status, Sex and Age Group, Canada and Provinces. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 282-0224 – Labour Force Survey Estimates, Employees by Union Status, Establishment Size, Job Tenure, Type of Work and Job Permanency. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 361-0042 – Employment Services, Summary Statistics. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 361-0066 – Employment Services, Sales by Type of Goods and Services. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 552-0001 – Canadian Business Patterns, Location Counts with Employees, by Employment Size and North American Industry Classification System, Canada and Provinces. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Statistics Canada
CANSIM Table 552-0003 – Canadian Business Counts, Location Counts with Employees, by Employment Size and North American Industry Classification System, Canada and Provinces, December 2015 Semi-Annual. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2016.
Sub-committee of Special Advisers
Recommendations for Labour Law Reform, A Report to the Honourable Moe Sihota, Minister of Labour. Victoria: Ministry of Labour and Consumer Services, 1992.
Taras, Daphne and Bruce Kaufman
“Nonunion Employee Representation in North America: Diversity, Controversy and Uncertain Future.” Industrial Relations Journal 37, no. 5 (2006): 513-542.
Taras, Daphne and Jason Copping
“The Transition from Formal Nonunion Representation to Unionization: A Contemporary Case.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 52, no. 1 (1998): 22-44.
Task Force on Labour Relations
Canadian Industrial Relations: The Report of Task Force on Labour Relations. Ottawa: Government of Canada, 1968.
Temporary Help Services (NAICS 56132): Establishments
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. www.ic.gc.ca.
Temporary Work Agencies and Workplace Health and Safety
Institute for Work and Health. www.iwh.on.ca.
Terms of Reference – Changing Workplaces Review
Ontario Ministry of Labour. Last modified February 2015.
Thomas, Mark, Leah Vosko, Eric Tucker, Mercedes Steedman, Elliot Siemiatycki, Anie Noack, John Grundy, Mary Gellatly, and Elizabeth Leinveer
“The Employment Standards Enforcement Gap and the Overtime Pay Exemption in Ontario.” Prepared for the ILO 4th Conference of the Regulating for Decent Work Network, Geneva, July 2015.
Unifor
Building Balance, Fairness, and Opportunity in Ontario’s Labour Market: Submission by Unifor to the Ontario Changing Workplaces Consultation. Toronto: Unifor, 2015.
Verma, Anil
Labour Regulation and Jurisdictional Competitiveness, Investment, and Business Formation: A Review of the Mechanisms and Evidence. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2016.
Vosko, Leah
Managing the Margins: Gender, Citizenship and the International Regulation of Precarious Employment. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Vosko, Leah Andrea M. Noack, and Mark P. Thomas
How Far Does the Employment Standards Act, 2000 Extend and What Are the Gaps in Coverage. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2015.
Vosko, Leah, Andrea M. Noack, and Eric Tucker
Employment Standards Enforcement: A Scan of Employment Standards Complaints and Workplace Inspections and Their Resolution under the Employment Standards Act, 2000. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Labour, 2016.
Wage and Hour Division Fact Sheet #44: Visits to Employers
United States Department of Labor. www.dol.gov.
Weil, David
The Fissured Workplace: Why Work Became So Bad for So Many and What Can Be Done to Improve It. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2014.
Weil, David
Improving Workplace Conditions through Strategic Enforcement, a Report to the Wage and Hour Division. Boston: Boston University, 2010.
White House Summit on Worker Voice: Celebrating Working Leaders
The White House. www.whitehouse.gov.

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