It has often been said that bad things can happen to you even without your cooperation. That can also be said about jobs and careers. In today’s fast-paced world, anything can happen a lack of available work, mass layoffs and retrenchments, reorganizations, and mergers. When it comes, the experience can be devastating for many, made worse when savings are not enough, debts are high, and payments are in arrears.
Being prepared is always the best way to cushion the effects of losing income. Having insurance and working allows you to continue to reap the benefits of your earnings. Employment insurance can aid you in receiving maternity, sickness, and compassionate care services, providing support for a member of the family who is ill, caring for an infant, even fishing benefits, and many more.
To apply for employment insurance, all you have to do is submit an application online. Employment insurance is paid even when the applicant will receive money when unemployed.
When applying for employment insurance, a “Record of Employment” will be required from you, which you will have to get from your last employer, or proof of employment like pay slips, pay stubs, and certification.
Other documents that you will need when you apply for an insurance job include:
Social Security Number If your SIN number starts with a 9, that means that you are an immigrant and will need to also supply your immigration status and work permit. You will have to supply a record of employment covering the past 52 weeks. When claiming medical and sickness benefits, a medical certificate will have to be furnished. When applying in person, prepare your driver’s license, passport, or birth certificate. furnish complete bank information.
Checks or voided checks from your current personal account will be required, as payments will be made directly to that account. When applying for parental benefits, the Social Security number of the other parent will be required.
If you are applying for compassionate care benefits, a medical certificate has to be provided. You will also have to provide your version of the facts surrounding the cause of your unemployment. Together with this is a statement of the total salary before deductions, including commissions and other income benefits, and the total amount that you will receive, including severance pay, vacation pay, pension, etc.
Do not delay when applying for employment insurance; delaying the application beyond four weeks can cause penalties or loss of benefits.
If you receive financial assistance from social services while waiting for your insurance employment claims, you must repay the amount from your employment insurance benefit.
If you are indisposed and cannot apply for your employment insurance, an appointed representative can be assigned to do the application on your behalf.
After you have applied for your employment insurance, you will receive in the mail a benefit statement, including an access code and the date for your first report. Having an access code does not yet mean that your claim has already been decided. Together with this will be an instruction on how to complete your report.
If you have filed your report with all the required information, you will start receiving your employment insurance benefits 28 days after the filing.
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