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Employment Insurance

12th Dec 2017

The only types of deduction employers can make are ones mandated by law, such as CPP, Federal/Provincial tax, or court ordered garnishments. A court may order the employer to deduct wages from the employee if … Read More

28th Jun 2017

If an employee voluntarily leaves their employment without reason, this would result in disqualification from EI entitlements. There are certain circumstances, however, that an individual would be able to voluntarily leave their employment without forfeiting … Read More

27th Jun 2017

The general rule for Employment Insurance eligibility is having lost employment for no fault of your own. If an employee is fired, there may be a chance that EI eligibility has been forfeited. When an … Read More

7th Jun 2017

Individuals that voluntarily leave their employment are not entitled to Employment Insurance (EI) benefits unless they leave upon a justifiable cause under the Employment Insurance Act (see section 29 c for a complete list). In … Read More

Eligibility Requirements for Employment Insurance Paying into the Employment Insurance program is usually automatic, with regular deductions taken from you paycheque – individuals that are self-employed may choose to pay into EI. Further, you must … Read More