Faculty Profile: Dr. Rachelle Pascoe-Deslauriers

WGST is happy to introduce one of our new cross-appointed faculty members: Rachelle Pascoe-Deslauriers who joins both Commerce and WGST in a tenure-track position.

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Rachelle holds a PhD in Human Resource Management from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. Her thesis, Job displacement and the implications for job quality: An investigation of the job transition process for displaced public sector workers in Scotland, UK and Ontario, Canada during the Great Recession, was awarded the 2016 EFMD/Emerald Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the category of Human Resource Management.

Rachelle’s work focuses on the implications of organizational policies and practices, and social and labour market policies for the job quality of workers. She is interested in how policies interact to shape the design and nature of work. Rachelle is currently interested in these issues in the context of layoffs, organizational restructuring, and involuntary job loss. These issues affect people differently across intersecting vectors of gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, ability, and age.

Students can explore these work and labour concerns and their broader social dynamics in a new winter term course: Critical Issues in Work and Labour Markets (COMM 3991). WGST students can receive permission to count this new special topics course as an elective towards their WGST minor! Anyone interested in registering can contact Rachelle via email at rpascoedeslauriers at mta dot ca, or find her in Avard Dixon 234.

 

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