Employers can apply for the temporary wage subsidy immediately or wait until after June 20, when the period covered by the grant will be finished. To learn more about this subsidy, consult the news item Covid-19: Flexibility measures for individuals and businesses > section March 23 – Federal. To help you calculate the subsidy in […] Read more
Records of employment For the employer: If you use your application's ROE Web option, you no longer have to keep paper copies in your files or send them to Service Canada. ROE Web allows you to keep, consult, modify and print ROEs for a period of 11 years. You don't even have to provide a […] Read more
The governments of Nunavut (February 19) and British Columbia (February 18) recently tabled their budget. Here are the impacts that these budgets will have on payroll. Nunavut (February 19) The Finance Minister tabled a budget that will have no impact on payroll production. Read about the budget. British Columbia (February 18) The Finance Minister tabled […] Read more
More and more businesses are starting to take online payments. It is the option chosen by Roucet, a private wine importing business. Discover the five main reasons that convinced them to adopt online payments!
Timesheets are often submitted on torn pieces of paper and with hours that do not accurately reflect reality. Sound familiar? Discover how you can avoid this situation and improve your construction company’s payroll management with a mobile punch clock.