Media Advisory - Study to be unveiled on older immigrant workers in precarious work
25 Jun, 2013, 07:00 ET
TORONTO, June 25, 2013 /CNW/ - Findings from a Ryerson University study charting the job market experience of older immigrant workers after being laid off by an auto-parts plant in the Greater Toronto Area will be released today Tuesday, June 25, 10:30 a.m. at the Ted Rogers School of Management.
The study, funded by the Centre for Labour Management Relations, provides new insights into Canada's precarious job market and the significant challenges older immigrant workers face with respect to income security, work quality, well-being and issues around settlement.
- Winnie Ng, CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy, and lead author of the study
- Aparna Sundar, co-author and professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University
- Grace-Edward Galabuzi, co-author and professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University
- Fa Lim, study participant and former worker at Progressive Moulded Products, an automotive-parts manufacturer that filed for bankruptcy and closed in June 2008.
- Ken Lewenza, National President, Canadian Auto Workers
- Maurice Mazerolle, co-director, Centre for Labour Management Relations at Ted Rogers School of Management
- Buzz Hargrove, co-director, Centre for Labour Management Relations at Ted Rogers School of Management
The speakers will be available for media interviews.
|WHAT:||Study findings on labour experiences of older immigrant workers|
|WHEN:||Today: Tuesday, June 25, 10:30 a.m. to noon|
|WHERE:||Ted Rogers School of Management|
|575 Bay St., (entrance from 55 Dundas St., W), 8th floor, room TRS 2-003|
Reporters that are not able to attend in person are invited to participate over the phone:
Dial-in #: 1-416-640-4861
Participant Passcode: 170268
SOURCE: Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW)
For further information:
Public Affairs | Ryerson University
Office: 416-979-5000 x 7161
Communications | CAW Canada
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