- Jul 2020
Dr. Greg Autry
- California Polytechnic University, Pomona
- University of California, Irvine
- Greg Autry
- Paul Merage School of Business
- Sep 2018
Improve information for LDLC workers about travel; assess the existing gaps to protect workers during their work related travel and develop or improve the tools for their protection
information LDLC workers
Improve information for LDLC workers about their rights related to OH&S and WC
Lack of metrics
Develop or strengthen statistical information of new industry developments, ups and downs of existing industries.
Implement a timely response of welfare support linked to slow-downs of industries that involve numerous workers in given communities
Child and elder care
Improve in a timely manner services of child and elder care according to the needs imposed by the labour market (work shifts; LD-LC work).
Improve in a timely manner transportation services according to the needs of LDLC workers taking into account those with low income.
LDLC workers and their needs
Develop or strengthen statistics regarding LDLC workers and their needs
Anticipation to fulfill housing needs and assessment of the ups and downs of the industry that affect the housing needs. Decisions should be taken about short, medium and long term needs.
Timely response for the maintenance of roads and development of new routes when needed according to the traffic needs due to industrial developments and labour market that involve drive-in drive-out mobility and heavy transit during construction phase
- t-labour market
- t-elder care
- t-child care
- d-ministers of labour
- Greg Halseth
- Jul 2017
- Jun 2016
Whereas topical forms of invention rely on fixed, generic heuristics, and predetermined analytical methods, choric forms prioritize the unpredictable, affective elements of personal experience across particular places and times as central to the inventive process.1 Our synthesis of the scholarship concerning choric invention identifies four primary principles: first, the consideration of space and place as agentive entities rather than as mere backdrop for human action; second, the juxtaposition of subjective experience against objective history; third, and quite similar to the second, a resistance to synthesis in favor of multiplicity; and fourth, and for our purposes here most important, its inability to be codified into a predetermined, stable, or teachable system.
a nice summation of work on chora and choric invention. I wonder, though, how mobility might be added to this list. Thomas Rickert makes an interesting case for the ongoing attunement to ambient environments via a choric mode of thinking.
- Oct 2015