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Project 10: Statistics Canada General Social Survey (GSS) Caregiving and Care Receiving

This project uses Statistics Canada data to investigate the impact of various employment characteristics on the health of Canadian caregiver-employees (CEs), providing evidence for the value of CFWPs in all workplaces.


Joy Yang

Undergraduate Student

University of Waterloo

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J. Wu, A. Williams, L. Wang, & P. Kitchen. (2023). A comparative analysis of carer-employees in Canada over time: a cross-sectional analysis of Canada’s General Social Survey, 2012 and 2018. Canadian Journal of Public Health. Click here to access full article.

J. Yang, L. Wang, & A. Williams. (2023). The Role of Carer-Friendly Workplace Policies and Social Support in Relation to the Mental Health of Carer-Employees. Health & Social Care in the Community. Click here to access full article.

L. Wang, A. Williams, & P. Kitchen. (2018). Health of caregiver-employees in Canada: Determining the value of caregiver-friendly workplace policies and social support. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 11(6), 382-394. Click here to access full article.