Sudbury – The Sudbury Workers Centre is calling on all workers from all types of precarious work, to join and share their experience in this collection of workers’ stories.
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The Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy Centre would like to invite all workers to share their experiences with us, through stories and photography.
The Sudbury Workers Centre is creating a collection of workers’ stories over the course of the coming months and we are calling on you, all types of workers, to share your experience at work that deserves to be heard. We would like to capture this through the addition of photos of workers’ hands, feet, or equipment that has been through the experience with you, as a few examples.
The reality is work can be much different from what it seemed. Years of training, schooling, and gearing towards different job positions can leave us with expectations of what work should be like, but once we are living and working it, things can be much different than what they initially appeared.
This can be both good and bad. People’s working experiences are diverse and may reveal things that they never thought they could learn or even experience during their life, being able to help another or learning a life-long lesson.
The different kinds of work-related stories we can tell can be endless sometimes, and we want to hear them all, regardless of the job, experience, or position! People’s working experiences are diverse and may reveal things that they never thought they could learn or even experience during their life, being able to help another or learning a life-long lesson. Read an example from a Call Centre Employee who shared their story!
Please note much of this project will require in-person activities, thus all rules and regulations regarding COVID and Vaccine mandate/policies
will be followed during these events.