On March 8, 2017, Statistic Canada released "Women in Canada: a Gender-based statistical report". One of the chapters is focused on women and paid work.
A study by Statistics Canada was conducted comparing the income of women to that of men's and results show Canada is far from parity.
The Globe and Mail provided further analysis in their article "Who is minding the gap?"
(Source: The Globe and Mail)
The changing definition of well-being at work is a 2013 blog posting that takes a look at what constitutes well-being at work.
We should be looking at more than just our working environment:
- Individual lives during work and outside of working hours
- Groups we are involved in, in work and outside
- At our organization, in its entirety
- The society and culture we live and grow in
New to the MADGIC Collection.
These titles, published by the OECD and available through the OECD iLibrary, are related to wellbeing, education and employment.
- Austria's separate gender roles model was popular in the past, but is becoming a constraint for comprehensive wellbeing
- Exploring the effect of urban structure on individual well-being
- Immigrant students at school: easing the journey towards integration
- Measuring and assessing job quality: the OECD Job Quality Framework
- OECD reviews of health systems: Mexico 2016