Although the Record of Employment (ROE) is a commonly produced form in payroll, the high volume of ROEs issued as a result of COVID-19 left many payroll professionals second guessing themselves and asking questions such as when are we required to issue the ROE, what reason codes should we be using when issuing the ROE and when is it necessary to amend the ROE? Join experts from the Canadian Payroll Association where you will be provided with clear definitions on situations that are considered an interruption of earnings, when it is appropriate to use the various reason codes and when it would be necessary to amend the ROE. We will also provide instructions on completing the ROE when there are so many different variables to consider and how to avoid common mistakes.
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In this webinar you will learn:
- What an interruption of earnings is and when an ROE must be issued
- The purpose of each of the reason codes used when issuing an ROE and when it is appropriate to use each code
- When an amended ROE must be issued
- How to complete an ROE and avoid common errors
This webinar is designed for anyone tasked with the responsibility of completing the ROE including:
- Payroll professionals
- HR professionals
- Accounting professionals
This webinar will be facilitated by the Canadian Payroll Association.
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