A new Record of Employment (ROE) Web Agreement came into effect on November 02, 2013. The changes in terminology The authorities replaced the term ‘Payroll Service Provider’ with the term ‘Service Provider’ The authorities replaced the term ‘Activation Code’ with the term ‘Authorisation Code’ The changed terms and their new definitions The term ‘Service Provider’
The Severability Guidelines Situations could arise where arbitrators or courts of competent jurisdiction find some provisions of this agreement to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable. In this scenario, the authorities would sever the provisions found to be so from this agreement. Thereafter, all other provisions specified in this agreement would continue to remain in full
The Guidelines for Privacy and Confidentiality The authorities typically require the account holder to consent to and to accept that the Commission will collect and use identifying information. This would typically include the Business Number, for the purposes of identifying any Record of Employment (ROE) that the account holder has submitted via the Record of
The Disclaimer The authorities have provided the Record of Employment (ROE) Web and all its functionalities on an ‘as is’ and ‘as available’ basis. As such, the platform and the functionalities offered come without warranties, representations and conditions, whether express or implied. In addition, the platform and the functionalities offered could include without limitation, warranties
The Responsibilities Specific to the Account Holder Acting as a Service Provider The authorities require account holders, in the role of service providers, to: Keep the original of each Record of Employment (ROE) Web Client Employer Consent Form that a client employer signs, which authorises the account holder to manage Records of Employment (ROEs) on
The Acceptance of Terms and Conditions This Agreement describes the terms and conditions pursuant to which the Commission would need to make the Record of Employment (ROE) Web available to the account holder. When the user clicks on the tab titled ‘I Agree’ given at the end of this agreement, the user: Agrees, for and
The Guidelines for Ineligible Family Members Situations could arise where officers, after reviewing the applications, feel that the declared spouse or declared dependent children are not members of the family class based on the provisions specified in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). In this scenario, the officers would need to apply procedural fairness.
This section contains details on policy, procedures and guidance that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) staff typically use. The authorities have posted this on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website as a courtesy to stakeholders. The processing officers at the Case Processing Centre in Vegreville (CPC-V) would need to assess the applicants.
The Record of Employment (ROE) Web Agreement (herein after termed as the ‘Agreement’) governs the terms and conditions pursuant to which the Account Holder, through its users, will have access to the Record of Employment (ROE) Web Service for the objective of completing and submitting electronic Records of Employment (ROEs) to the Canada Employment Insurance
The following chart details the different types of earnings that employees can typically receive. It also indicates whether or not the earnings and the hours are insurable. In case the earnings and the hours are insurable, the table specifies the pay period that the employers would need to allocate to these insurable earnings and hours.