Tag Archives: salary continuance

Insurable Hours for Time Not Worked

It might seem odd, that while the primary requirement for EI insurable earnings is that they be paid to employees, by contrast insurable hours aren’t always hours actually worked. A good example of this is banked overtime, taken subsequently as … Continue reading

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Stat Holiday Pay after the End of Employment?

Last week we looked at the impact of statutory holidays on the calculation of wages in lieu of notice, where holidays fall in the notice period. This week we look at it the other way round. If an employee quits, … Continue reading

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Employee Rights during the Notice Period

There are 3 different ways employers may terminate employment: allowing employees to work out the notice period, paying salary continuance or terminating without notice. All three have an impact on when the employment relationship ends and when employee rights and … Continue reading

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When does employment end – What is employment versus other income?

A number of recent postings to Canadian HR and payroll related LinkedIn groups, have raised questions about classifying earnings as either income from employment (wages in lieu of notice) or as other income (retiring allowance). In part, these postings also … Continue reading

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