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Documento

Lessons from Canada: The Economic Necessity to Make All Guestworker Regimes '2-Step Immigration Program Facilitating Just-In-Time Integration and Circular Migration'

Fecha

2014-05-10

Autores

Denise Helly, Eugénie Depatie-Pelletier, y Adrienne Gibson

Resumen

Western States have developed a range of national and bilateral programs to identify sectoral labour shortages and admit just-in-time foreign workers under temporary rather than permanent legal status. Statistics on occupations filled between 2004 and 2009 by guestworkers in Canada (Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia) show that some labour shortages addressed by the presence of guestworkers were less acute than others. Moreover, researchers have recently identified that the presence of guestworkers in Canada have or would put a significant downward pressure on the wages and work conditions of certain categories of local workers. This downward pressure has been explained, in particular, by the restrictions on rights and freedoms of certain groups of guestworkers. In order to minimize the negative economic impact of guestworkers programs while maximizing their economic benefits, states need to restructure temporary work regimes as 2-step immigration programs facilitating “just-in-time” integration and circular migration.

Nombre de la conferencia

International CRIMT Conference

Lugar de la Conferencia

Montreal

Number of pages

40

Archivos adjuntos

Conexiones

Los sectores económicos

General relevance - all sectors

Tipos de contenido

Policy analysis, Current Policy, y Numbers of migrant workers

Los grupos destinatarios

Legisladores y Los investigadores

Relevancia geográfica

Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, Colombia Británica, y National relevance

Idiomas

Inglés