All to often as injured workers,
or victims of workplace accidents
we have been told that what we belief
or experience is not true or not real.
This is why I have created this page
to easily find information about your situation to give you
the personal confidence - to know you are not wrong!
We have been consistently lied to by the:
WCBs, Tribunals, Employers, and even government.
These reports show a considerably different story!
Unlike the WCB, employers, or whoever
the majority of these reports were conductive
by research scientists so they are very scientific and factual,
in others words you, I, and others can believe them.
The Government of Alberta established the Panel to review Alberta’s workers’ compensation system including the Workers’ Compensation Board – Alberta (the “WCB”); the Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation (the “Appeals Commission”); and the Medical Panel Office the Alberta Workers Compensation Board about the Board in considering revisions to the existing system. The report is the results of the panel's findings and recommendations.
This is a research program that is conducted with the United Way and the Department of Social Sciences at McMaster University.
The research focuses on the impact of precarious employment in Southern Ontario. Precarious employment is working for temporary agencies or working in a place where you are completely unsure if you are working the next day. This has been heavily utilized by business in Canada especially for Union busting. this is where employers out source the workforce to another company, usually temporary agencies so workers have no rights or any decent pay. This is so business can reduce costs. This however all comes at a very high price to society, which is explained in great detail in this very extensive and very informative research reports.
 It's More than Poverty: Employment Precarity and Household Well-being:
Published in 2013, It’s More than Poverty discusses the social consequences of Canada’s polarizing income distribution by examining the effects of precarious employment on household well-being.
 The Precarity Penalty:
Published in 2015, The Precarity Penalty reveals the challenges that many people in precarious employment find with moving into better opportunities, and offers practical solutions for pathways to more stable and secure employment.
 Precarious Employment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies:
Forthcoming in 2017, this edited collection introduces and explores the causes and consequences of precarious employment in Canada and across the world.