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Published on Oct 26, 2015
Despite their exceptional education and dedication to public service, 50 per cent of Toronto Public Library's front line workers are consigned to precarious part-time jobs with unstable working conditions, no benefits, pension or job security. This video exposes the growing extent of precarious work through revealing interviews with library workers, their union's president, Maureen O'Reilly, a Toronto City Councillor and Youth & Equity Advocate Joe Cressy, and pioneering McMaster University labour economist Wayne Lewchuk.