Organized jointly by the Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA), Ryerson University Ted Rogers School of Management and ILERA, in association with numerous partners, including CRIMT, ILERA’s 10th Congress for the Americas aimed to provide a space for the study of work and employment from a global, multidisciplinary perspective, firmly rooted in the reality of workplaces and open to the diversity of ideas, interests and points of view as well as to critical thinking.
CRIMT held a special colloquium (6 workshops) mobilising the work of several coresearchers and student members of its Partnership Project on Institutional Experimentation for Better (or Worse) Work.
The recording of these sessions is an important legacy of the event. Videos from each of them can now be viewed and shared on the Canadian Industrial Relations Association’s YouTube channel, as well as on CRIMT’s YouTube channel.
Power Asymmetries and Inequalities: Experimentation for Better and Worse Work
Rethinking Skills and Capabilities
Experimenting With New Forms of Collective Action
Company Level Collective Bargaining and the Dyanmics of Inequity
Labour and the Green New Deal
Experiments in Labour, IR and HRM Transnationalism