LGBTQ AT WORK
A Study on the Labour Market Experiences of Canada's LGBTQ Community
Waite, Sean and Nicole Denier. 2016. “Self-employment among same-sex and opposite-sex couples in Canada.” Canadian Review of Sociology 53(2): 143-175.
Waite, Sean. 2015. “Does it really get better? A quasi-cohort analysis of sexual minority wage gaps in Canada.” Social Science Research 54: 113-130.
Waite, Sean and Nicole Denier. 2015. “Gay Pay for Straight Work: Mechanisms Generating Disadvantage.” Gender & Society 29(4): 561-588.
Waite, Sean and Nicole Denier. July 1, 2015. “How your sexual orientation can affect how much you earn” The London School of Economics and Political Science Daily Blog on American Politics and Policy.
Newsweek Opinion, Article. “Are Gay Employees Paid Less Than Straight Ones?”
GayStarNews, Article. “Canada study confirms that gay men earn less than straight men but lesbians earn more than straight women.”
Instinct Article, “Unequal Pay: The Gay Wage Gap. Does it Exist?
Navigaytour, Article. “The Gay Wage: Why We Earn Less than Straight Men.
The Atlantic, “Unequal Pay: The Gay Wage Gap; why is it widest for some of the highest-paying jobs?”
The Ottawa Sun. “Sexual orientation affects wages.”
The Kingston Whig Standard, Interview. “Study unveils sexual-orientation wage gaps”
CTV News Montreal, Live Interview. “Pay stud stub.” (Nicole Denier)
Radio Interview, AM 770 News Talk Radio
The Loop, Article. “Does it pay to be a straight women? The sad reality about Canadian workplaces.”
Radio Interview, CBC homerun Montreal (Nicole Denier)
Toronto SunNews, Article. “Sexual orientation can affect pay”
Global News, Interview. “Does your sexual orientation affect how much you get paid at work? A new study from McGill University says yes.”
Le Journal De Montreal, Article “Les hétérosexuels gagnent plus que les gais et lesbiennes.”