Connecting with Canadians

Research Report:

Where To Work in Canada? An Examination of Regional Differences in Work Life Practices

by Linda Duxbury, Chris Higgins


Where To Work in Canada? An Examination of Regional Differences in Work Life Practices. Linda Duxbury and Chris Higgins. Report commissioned by the BC Work-Life Summit 2003. September 2003. 103 pp.

Where To Work in Canada? An Examination of Regional Differences in Work Life Practices, by Linda Duxbury of the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University and CPRN Research Associate, and Chris Higgins of the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. Their work draws on the 2001 National Study on Balancing Work and Family, in which 28,538 employees from a wide cross-section of industries and economic sectors [private, public, non-profit], and from every province took part.

Release Date: 29 Apr 2005
Number of pages: 103
Document number: 36382