Andrew Stevens

Associate Professor (Industrial Relations & Human Resource Management)
Unifor Research Scholar in Labour Relations

Phone: 306-585-4711
Pronoun(s): He/Him

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Ph.D., Sociology, Queen’s University, 2011
MA, Sociology, Queen’s University, 2006
BA (Hons), University of Saskatchewan, 2003

BUS 250 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations
BUS 355 Introduction to Industrial Relations
BUS 301 Negotiations
SOC 310 Sociology of Work
GBUS 844 Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining

Andrew’s interests reside in the areas of the sociology of work, labour studies, and industrial relations. His current research involves a study of unions representing employees at Air Canada and the effects that federal back-to-work legislation has had on labour-management relations at the company. He is also interested in how migrant service workers are changing the face of Saskatchewan’s labour market. In 2014, Andrew published a book, “Call Centers and the Global Division of Labor: A Political Economy of Post-Industrial Employment and Union Organizing”, with Routledge (New York, 2014).