2 edition of Impacts on labour of long-distance commuting employment in the Canadian mining industry found in the catalog.
Impacts on labour of long-distance commuting employment in the Canadian mining industry
Keith J. Storey
1989 by Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John"s, Nfld .
Written in English
|Statement||Keith Storey and Mark Shrimpton.|
|Series||ISER report (1987) -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Shrimpton, Mark., Memorial University of Newfoundland. Institute of Social and Economic Research., Canada. Labour Canada., United Steelworkers of America.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
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Impacts of long distance labour commuting on workers. While Staples theory once conceptualized localized and traditional labour markets, the ‘staples trap’, as portrayed by limited diversification and declining job benefits, has precipitated and reinforced mobile labour in competitive regional, national, and global labour by: Long-distance commuting (LDC), defined as the displacement of workers who live and work in different spatial locations, is a growing phenomenon in.
There has been considerable interest in, and often criticism of, long distance commuting (LDC), an encompassing term for the fly-in/fly-out (FIFO), drive-in/drive-out (DIDO) and bus-in/bus-out (BIBO) work arrangements utilised by the resources industry that have sustained the mining industry in Australia in recent by: This session will explore these relationships between commuting in the mining and oil and gas sectors and the communities and regions that commuting workers call home and places of work.
References. Canada () “Harper Government Announces Latest Actions to Support Canadian Extractive Sector Abroad” News Release, Nov. 18, Storey, K, Shrimpton, M () Long Distance Labour Commuting in the Canadian Mining Industry,Working Paper No.
Kingston, Ontario: Centre for Resource Studies, Queens University. Impacts on labour of long-distance commuting employment in the Canadian mining industry book Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. This chapter explores the socio-economic impacts of long distance commuting on host and source communities.
It explains why companies and people choose to commute long distances to work, how and where they spend their incomes and discuss who benefits and who loses through long distance work by: 8. The local employment impacts of mining: an econometric analysis of job multipliers in northern Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright.
Rolfe J () Predicting the economic and demographic impacts of long distance commuting in the resources sector: a Surat basin case study. Resour Policy – CrossRef Google Scholar Scambary B () My country, mine country indigenous people, mining and development contestation in remote Australia Google ScholarCited by: 1.
Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic. Issue #4 As northern mining industry expands, the impacts to local Aboriginal groups and environment are increasingly significant.
completed his Masters thesis titled “Mobile Miners: Long distance commuting among mining workers in Whitehorse” this past year. Chris examined the. Employment and Training at Porgera Mine Chapter five discusses the impacts on the Porgeran people of the establishment of the mine in their area.
In particular, issues concerning, employment and recruitment, training, and relationships with PJV, the mine operator are examined.
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They cover employees in the federal motor transport industry including bus operators, city motor vehicle. Legitimizing industry and multi-sectoral regulation of cumulative impacts: A comparison of mining and energy development in Athabasca, Canada and the Hunter Valley, Australia.
Resources Policy, 38 (4): Mine lifecycle planning is critical to developing enduring value from mining for remote communities. The history of mining is replete with examples of communities being unsustainable post mine closure.
The concept of enduring value involves ensuring that a sustainable community will remain following the closure of an associated mine. SinceCited by: 9. By providing infrastructure and employment, the industry is essential to the progress of the Canadian economy.
In fact, the industry represents 12% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) when considering its impacts on all sectors of the economy, and. The Relationship between Mental Wellbeing and the Behaviour of Workers in the Mining Industry (Western Australia) Abstract The purpose of this research is to examine fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) and drive-in, drive-out (DIDO) employees in the mining industry, inclusively referred to as (FIFO) in this paper, in terms of mental health against a.
Students and Student Resources. Current Graduate Students Past Graduate Students Long distance labour commuting in northern British Columbia. Former research assistants have obtained internships with the Northern Development Initiative Trust or have obtained employment with industry (i.e.
Taseko), Northern Health, and various other. (1) The impact of the mining industry on people living in northern Saskatchewan. Long Distance Commuting in the Canadian Mining Sector. Kingston: Queen's University. Canadian Labour Congress. "Full Employment and Fairness-the Workers' Agenda for Canada." Document No.
16th Constitutional Convention, Green, David & Morissette, Rene & Sand, Benjamin M., "Economy Wide Spillovers From Booms: Long Distance Commuting and the Spread of Wage Effects," working papers, Vancouver School of Economics, revised 21 Jun David A.
Green & René Morissette & Ben M. Sand & Iain Snoddy, Teba, an agency set up by the mining industry at the beginning of the last century to recruit black labour for the mines, still has some miners on its books, most of them from South Africa but 57 of them (20% of the total) from Mozambique, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Botswana.
Ryser, Laura and Rajput, Alika and Halseth, Greg and Markey, Sean () Hollowing Out the Community: Examining the Local Impacts of Long Distance Labour Commuting in a Northern Canadian Small Town. In: Annual Meeting Association of American Geographers, April, Los Angeles, California.
Green, David & Morissette, Rene & Sand, Benjamin M., "Economy Wide Spillovers From Booms: Long Distance Commuting and the Spread of Wage Effects," working papers, Vancouver School of Economics, revised 21 Jun Earning and sustaining a "social license to operate" is of critical importance to the mining industry.
Aligning mining practice with societal expectations of sustainability and public participation is crucial to achieving this aim. Multi-stakeholder Structured Decision Processes based on decision analysis are promising tools for effective stakeholder consultation, but have seen very little.
“Long Distance Labour Commuting from a Northern Canadian small town: The Workers’ Perspective”. With Laura Ryser, Alika Rajput, and Sean Markey. Memorial Presents at the Bruneau Centre, December 4, Memorial University – Newfoundland & Labrador. Fort St.
James residents working at the Mt Milligan mine have the opportunity to participate in a nation-wide study on how camp life and long distance commuting impacts their health and well-being. Mobile work, or employment-related geographical mobility, is defined as employment where labour works in one location but maintains a residence in another, distant, location [18,19,20].
In the extractive sectors, mobile work tends to operate on a rotational schedule where labour would fly or drive in for a period of work time and then return to Author: Doug Lionais, Christina Murray, Chloe Donatelli.
Nicholas, Christopher, Murphy, Laurie, and Blackman, Anna () Exploring the dimensions of social capital that are effective mediators of long distance commuting impacts on wellbeing. Resources Policy, pp.
Citations included: CB employment and coal mining employment Mobile workers first to feel impact of downturns Economic history (p3) Mobile capital vs immobile labour.
Labour made mobile While this is not a focus of this paper, it is an important topic that has been discussed in depth by Mazer. KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION ACTIVITIES Updated: March TABLE OF CONTENTS SUMMARY - KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION ACTIVITIES.
Employment in the industry declined from a peak of 50, in to 4, in Between andannual output and employment in the garment industry fell by about 30 percent. A significant number of communities in British Columbia (BC) are founded on mineral development and are subject to variable economic boom-and-bust cycles with implications for sustainability and community health.
There were three main objectives of this multi-method PhD dissertation. The first was to quantitatively examine community level indicators describing.
Canadian Industry Statistics (CIS) analyses industry data on many economic indicators using the most recent data from Statistics looks at industry trends and financial information, such as GDP, Labour Productivity, Manufacturing and Trade data. remote areas over a long-distance commuting method, though a long-distance commuting model was also used (Spies ).
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The Survey: Impacts of AI, robotics in Anonymous responses by those who answered this survey question. Internet experts and highly engaged netizens participated in answering an eight-question survey fielded by Elon University and the Pew Internet Project from late November through early January PhD student in General Management at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Farshad’s past studies spans an area of effective communication, project management and implementation, quality control and assurance, and capability, recognition and sustainability.
Her current program of research explores long distance employment commuting and the. Long-distance commuting was not yet thought to be an economic option for the employment of this type of workforce.
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