Eh sayers episode 4 - who wins and who loses in the gig economy?: CS452-00003/2021-5E-MP3
"Listen to the Eh Sayers podcast to meet the people behind the data and explore the stories behind the numbers. Join us as we meet with experts from Statistics Canada and from across the nation to ask and answer the questions that matter to Canadians. This fourth installment of Eh Sayers focuses on the growing market of gigs and their place in an ever-changing landscape of job flexibility and/or instability. What are the socio-economic benefits and drawbacks of a gig worker and how are they affected by COVID-19? As more people work remotely and the workday structure changes due to the pandemic, how will the Canadian economy reflect these changes moving forward? Paul Glavin, associate professor, Department of Sociology at McMaster University discusses the impact and acceleration, freedom and limitations for gig workers across the nation"--Provided by publisher.
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|Department/Agency||Statistics Canada, issuing body.|
|Title||Eh sayers episode 4 - who wins and who loses in the gig economy?|
|Variant title||Who wins and who loses in the gig economy?|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Electronic document|| |
|Note(s)|| Component of the Eh sayers podcast. |
Issued also in French under title: Les gagnants et les perdants de l'économie à la demande.
Available as streaming audio or as downloadable MP3 file.
Audio transcript in HTML format provided by publisher.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : [Statistics Canada], |
|Author / Contributor|| Glavin, Paul, interviewee. |
Bridge, Tegan, host, interviewer.
|Description||1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min., 47 sec.)).|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Glavin, Paul -- Interviews. |
Gig economy -- Canada.
Temporary employees -- Canada.
Self-employed -- Canada.
Independent contractors -- Canada.
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- -- Economic aspects -- Canada.
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