|Author||Vosko, Leah F.|
|Author||Noack, Andrea M.|
|Author||Thomas, Mark P.|
|Journal||Industrial Relations Journal|
This article critically assesses the compliance model of employment standards enforcement through a study of monetary employment standards violations in Ontario, Canada. The findings suggest that, in contexts where changes to the organisation of work deepen insecurity for employees, models of enforcement that emphasise compliance over deterrence are unlikely to effectively prevent or remedy employment standards violations.