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LABR 1260: WORKING FOR A LIVING JANUARY 27 + FEBRUARY 3, 2020 Gender in the Workplace
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Notice © 2020 Christopher Rigaux, all rights reserved. Students of LABR1260 are granted a limited license to copy and retain this document for study purposes. It may not be redistributed. Produced with union labour. LABR 1260 - Understanding Unions 3
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Today’s 3 Questions 4 LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace How does our gender affect how we relate to our jobs and how it does affect how we are treated? When fighting gender discrimination what tools work best to fight back? Are these tools available to all working people?
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Gender in the Workplace Focus of tonight’s topic: gender equity –How to get it, why we don’t have it, etc Two overlapping groups are primarily harmed due to their gender: Women Workers Transgender Workers LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 5
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Gender in the Workplace What are some hot topics related to gender and waged work? LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 6
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Gender and Labour Markets Role of women and men in labour markets have changed dramatically in last 100 years, last 50 years, and last 20 years How do men and women engage with the labour market differently? How does it affect them differently? LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 7
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Gender and Labour Markets Women are taking an increasingly central role in the workforce LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 8
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Proportion of 25-54 y.o. women in waged work 1950: 21.6% 1983: 65.2% 2015: 82.0% LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 9 Moyser, M. (2017, March 8). Women and Paid Work (Chart 1). Statistics Canada. Retrieved from - x/2015001/article/14694-eng.htm .
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 10 Moyser, M. (2017, March 8). Women and Paid Work (Chart 2). Statistics Canada. Retrieved from - x/2015001/article/14694-eng.htm .
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 11 Moyser, M. (2017, March 8). Women and Paid Work (Chart 6). Statistics Canada. Retrieved from - x/2015001/article/14694-eng.htm .
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Gender and Labour Markets Some differences are slowly ending LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 12
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 13 Data from Moyser, M. (2017, March 8). Women and Paid Work (Table 6). Statistics Canada. Retrieved from - 503-x/2015001/article/14694-eng.htm .
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Gender and Labour Markets Other gender differences persist LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 14
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 15 Data from Statistics Canada. Table 14-10-0029-01 Part-time employment by reason, annual (x 1,000). Retrieved from Men: Caring for children Men: Other personal or family responsibilities Men: Business Conditions/Could not find FT work Women: Caring for children Women: Other personal or family responsibilities Women: Business Conditions/Could not find FT work 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 REASONS GIVEN FOR PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT BY SEX, 1997-2019
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Gender and Labour Markets Some highly-gendered roles have flipped LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 16
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LABR 1260 - Gender in the Workplace 17 Data from Statistics Canada. Table 14-10-0129-01 Union status by geography.
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