Amendment To A Work-Sharing Agreement

48 The rate of weekly benefits to be paid to an applicant under a work allocation agreement approved by the Commission for the purposes of section 24 of the Act is an amount that is similarly related to the rate of the applicant`s weekly benefits which are stipulated in section 14 of the Act as, to facilitate the issuance of working documents , you may want to consider starting your work-sharing contract at the end of a pay period. All work-sharing agreements start on Sundays. 45 If a entitlement period has been set and applies weekly during this period of benefit for claimants in a job in a division of labour, the period of benefit is extended from the total number of those weeks and subsections 10 (12) to (15) of the law, provided the circumstances require it. Effective March 15, 2020 and march 14, 2021, the Canadian government has extended eligibility, extended the maximum duration of work-sharing agreements from 38 weeks to 76 weeks, and waived the mandatory cooling-off period for employers who have already benefited from the work-sharing program. More information. The benefits to be paid are calculated on the basis of the normal average weekly wage of employees, as calculated at the beginning of the agreement. When workers work irregular hours, the average weekly wage is calculated by an average of the weekly working time in the two years prior to application. Please read all the information and discuss it with your employer. Please keep this document as you need it for the duration of the contract. Total salary before deductions from the employer (s) excluding employers of division of labour for hours and appointments, as shown in Block A. During the work-sharing agreement, the employer must report regularly through a weekly usage report the hours worked due to participation in the division of labour and the missing hours for each member of the work-sharing unit for other reasons. The employer`s use report is necessary for payment of remuneration and is the main method of monitoring a work-sharing agreement.

During the work-sharing agreement, the employer may ask an employee to work on a work-sharing day. The employee is required to report to work as soon as the work becomes available. Work-Sharing is a three-part agreement between employers, workers and Service Canada. If you applied for a new agreement or if you had a WS agreement between October 30, 2016 and July 29, 2017 (for the forestry sector) or between October 25, 2016 and July 25, 2017. If you currently have a 38-week agreement and you are applying for a 38-week extension, you will need to submit the following documents: If you have a 38-week agreement and you apply for the 38-week extension, you must file the following documents: If you currently have a 38-week agreement and request the 38-week extension. You must submit the following documents: During the contractual period, a usage report must be submitted weekly, including weekly without use (i.e. missed hours equal to 0).