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Conference presentation - CAPAL 2019

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Category: Communication

Description: Presented June 4, 2019, at CAPAL (Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians), at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Abstract: Precarious labour structures such as contracts and on-call work are increasingly common in both academia and librarianship. Recent reports from the Canadian Association of University Teachers and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives have measured the extent and impact of contract employment in academia. They indicate that individuals working precariously experience effects such as...

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