Research reports

Labour - Management Relations in Canada (2002)

ViewPoints 2002

The health of the relationship between management and labour has a very real impact on the economic and social well being of all Canadians. This biennial Viewpoints survey began in 1996, gathering perceptions from labour and management on industry and workplace relations.

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2007-05-16

Creating Inner and Outer Sacred Space: An Adult Learner Program's Wholistic Approach to Supporting Low-income Women Who Have Been Impacted by Violence (2004)

Roanna Yangco undertook this research while working at the Adult Literacy Program in Dorchester, Massachusetts which is housed in a multi-service center/shelter for single mothers and their children.

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2007-05-02

A Search for Balance: The Case for Joint Labour-Management Responses to Adjustment (1996)

This report by the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre, an independent national labour-business organization, is the culmination of an in-depth examination of adjustment and transition issues as experienced by individuals, enterprises, and sectors.

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2007-04-23

Perspectives on Immigration (2003)

Findings from the Canadian Labour and Business Centre's Survey of Canadian Business, Labour and Public Sector Leaders

While Canada’s immigration system has several objectives, including family reunification and humanitarian commitment, it plays an important role in meeting the nation’s human resource requirements. It is therefore useful to shed light on Canadian management and labour leaders’ perspectives on immigration-related issues, particularly as they will reflect the practical workplace context within which organizations address immigration issues.

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2007-04-20

Serious Economic Issues and Policy Solutions (2000)

VIEWPOINTS 2000

The third bi-annual Canadian Labour and Business Centre Leadership Survey of 4,442 private sector business leaders, public sector management, and private and public sector labour leaders was conducted between March and April 2000.

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2007-04-13

The Healthy Workplace (2000)

VIEWPOINTS 2000

The third biannual Canadian Labour and Business Centre Leadership Survey was conducted between March and April 2000, and was sent to 4,442 business leaders in the private sector, public sector management and leaders of trade unions.

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2007-04-13

Policy Internships and Fellowships (2003)

Bringing the Policy Dialogue Between Voluntary Organizations and the Federal Government

This is a report on a pilot program initiated by the Capacity Joint Table of the Voluntary Sector Initiative, namely the Policy Internships and Fellowships (PIAF) Pilot Program.

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2007-04-10

Extending the Ladder (1997)

From CASAS to Work Keys Assessments

The goal of the CASAS' Work Keys study was to form a comprehensive assessment system that can be utilized by a variety of agencies, educational institutions, business and industry, and workforce development centers. By analyzing the data they obtained from reading and mathematical assessments, researchers involved in the project were able to investigate the relationship and provide linkages between the two assessment systems.

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2007-04-10

Literacy as a Barrier to Employment (2005)

Addressing the Literacy Needs of Aboriginal People in Ontario

While the main objective of this discussion paper and literature review is to look at literacy as a barrier to employment, it is impossible to look at only one aspect of literacy skills development. One must also look at all of the pieces of the literacy puzzle and how they fit together in order to help learners succeed in their journey.

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2007-04-10

Interim Report for the Integration of Internationally-Trained Workers Project (2003)

This project’s overall goal is "to develop a community-based strategy aimed at facilitating the accreditation and integration of internationally-trained workers into the Ottawa economy." The report looks at workplace barriers facing foreign-trained workers and offers some strategies and solutions to help integrate skilled workers, new to Canada, into the labour market.

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2007-04-04

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