OTEUOffice and Technical Employees' Union (Canada)
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Rather, it is the way that such constructions of masculinity came to form a cultural foundation for labour relations between BC Hydro and the OTEU.
That is, though equal treatment for women in the workplace was a central concern of the OTEU relatively early in its history, such equality was limited to the incorporation of women into employment mechanisms that had been designed for the ideal-type worker--white, male, professional.
Contracting Masculinity is not a history of race and gender relations within the labour movement, nor is it a class history of OTEU 378.