The argument for a higher minimum wage has often been characterized as a moral one, but according to Canadian economist Michal Rozworski, the change is also good business.
The Fair Workplaces & Better Jobs Act may have been enacted by the Liberals, but the groundwork to create a political climate that made such a bold move possible was done by grassroots organizers. I interviewed four of them to learn about their roles in the movement.
Ontario's injured workers are being deprived of their livelihoods by WSIB's deeming practice
This article was originally published on Toronto Observer. Critical to win the public debate about minimum wage, says Deena Ladd Long-time activist Deena Ladd cautioned her cohorts in the Fight for 15 and Fairness movement against complacency even as they appear to be achieving their objectives. The Ontario Liberal government has promised to bring in a… Continue reading 15 and Fairness leader: Fight not over for higher minimum wage in Ontario
Research has consistently proven the adverse effects of standing for long periods of time. Why then are hundreds of thousands of people subjected to prolonged standing at work?