Workers Laid-off During the Last Three Recessions: Who Were They, and How Did They Fare?
AbstractOver the last three decades, Canada has experienced three recessions: one that started during the early 1980s; a second that began during the early 1990s; and the most recent one, which led to employment declines starting in October 2008. For each recession, this study: a) examines which workers were laid-off; b) quantifies layoff rates; and c) assesses the proportion of workers that found a job shortly after being laid-off. The layoff concept used includes temporary layoffs as well as permanent layoffs.
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Employment and unemployment; Labour; Labour mobility; turnover and work absences;
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