At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, PWHS pivoted to generate evidence and understanding of some of the emerging work and health impacts of the pandemic.
- The effect of COVID-19 policies on violence, bullying, and harassment in the service sector
- Pandemic-related stressors in young transport-sector workers
- Working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic
Continuation of telework in the post-pandemic era: Healthcare employees’ preference and determinants
Jones AM, Fan J, Thomas-Olson L, Zhang W, McLeod CB.
Healthcare Management Forum. 2023 May 8. https://doi.org/10.1177/084047042311707. Online ahead of print.
Fenton S, Quinn EK, Rydz E, Heer E, Davies HW, Macpherson RA, McLeod CB, Koehoorn M.
FACETS. 2022 August 25. https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2021-0156.
Resuming economic activities during COVID-19: A comparison of experiences for immigrant versus Canadian-born workers with a gendered perspective
Research brief based on analysis of the Statistics Canada Canadian Perspectives Survey, Series 3, addressing the impacts of COVID-19. July 2021.
Chen M, Senthanar S, Koehoorn M. Vancouver, BC: Partnership for Work, Health and Safety; July 2021.
Fan J, Senthanar S, Macpherson R, Sharpe K, Peters CE, Koehoorn M, McLeod CB.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021 Jun 25;18(13):6828.
Research brief using media surveillance to identify occupation and industry groups at risk of workplace outbreaks of COVID-19. September 2020.
Impact of COVID-19 on employment and financial security of immigrant workers compared to Canadian-born workers
Research brief based on analysis of the Statistics Canada Canadian Perspectives Survey, Series 1, addressing the impacts of COVID-19. June 2020.
Ability to work from home and paid sick leave benefits by precarious employment and socioeconomic status
Research brief based on analysis of the Statistics Canada General Social Survey Cycle 30 (2016). May 2020.