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What to do if boss doesn't give out Employment Record?

My mom's boss doesn't want to give her the Employment Record, she want to apply for EI.

What can we do?
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You don't need your ROE to apply for EI.
When she goes in to file, tell them at the EI office that the employer refuses to give the ROE and they will contact her employer.
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call labour board...it's by law the employer must issue an EI to the employee within 10 days of leaving the company
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valeriey wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 7:43 pm
You don't need your ROE to apply for EI.
When she goes in to file, tell them at the EI office that the employer refuses to give the ROE and they will contact her employer.
really?
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yao416 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 7:51 pm
really?
You could apply it online then submit the ROE after..however..you do need the numbers on the ROE to fill out the application form...
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yao416 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 7:51 pm
really?
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molala wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 7:54 pm
You could apply it online then submit the ROE after..however..you do need the numbers on the ROE to fill out the application form...
Not true. Every summer I apply for EI on my last day of work and then turn in my ROE after it comes in the mail.
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valeriey wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 8:14 pm
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Not true. Every summer I apply for EI on my last day of work and then turn in my ROE after it comes in the mail.
When an employer issue an ROE, it has 3 copies. One for the employee, one for the employer and one for Employment Insurance. If the employer refused to issue an ROE, that means Employment Insurance doesn't get one neither
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That is illegal.
As I posted, on my last day of work(end of June, I am a school bus driver),
I go in and file for EI then I take the ROE in to the EI office after I get it in the mail.
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yao416 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 7:15 pm
My mom's boss doesn't want to give her the Employment Record, she want to apply for EI.

What can we do?
Heh, I'm guessing she's working under the table and got paid up front? Then in that case, the employer may be evading taxes and your mom may have unwittingly as well.
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CSAgent wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 8:35 pm
Heh, I'm guessing she's working under the table and got paid up front? Then in that case, the employer may be evading taxes and your mom may have unwittingly as well.
Na, My mom is working legally
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yao416 wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2008 9:19 pm
Na, My mom is working legally
Then he's breaking the employment laws, report his ass - really, it's that simple that did not warrant this thread.
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Nov 3rd, 2008 3:28 am
Then he's breaking the employment laws, report his ass - really, it's that simple that did not warrant this thread.
Threads like this help people, your post does not.
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CSAgent wrote:
Nov 3rd, 2008 3:28 am
Then he's breaking the employment laws, report his ass - really, it's that simple that did not warrant this thread.
yao416 is just looking out for his mom and wants the best advice. These employment situations are disruptive and she's probably worried as well...let's help yao416 figure this out. It's not like he's trolling (ahem KK), this is an important question because the economy is declining and our parents may be impacted.

Good luck yao416, I hope things work out without too much trouble.
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if the employer doesn't want to give out the ROE, then your mom's paystubs could be used to determine her income. EI will do this, once you make it clear that the employer (former) is not sending out the ROE.

In anycase I suggest filing a complaint with the Ministry of Labour.
Try and get the employer in trouble (fined) for not complying with the laws.
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help_questions wrote:
Nov 3rd, 2008 8:39 am
if the employer doesn't want to give out the ROE, then your mom's paystubs could be used to determine her income. EI will do this, once you make it clear that the employer (former) is not sending out the ROE.

In anycase I suggest filing a complaint with the Ministry of Labour.
Try and get the employer in trouble (fined) for not complying with the laws.
EI eligibility are also depend upone reason for leaving the company. If an employee quit the job, they won't be eligible for EI. An employer could be nasty and do this...call the labour board ASAP

You still need your ROE regardless...some pay stub doesn't show totaly hours
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