Would that then mean you would be entitled to your first week of benefits after 2 weeks?
Thanks so much
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Without any other details, its hard to tell wait for them to send ROE, then go from there.
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You need to have an interruption of earnings, not reduced hours. 7 consecutive days of no work or earningsPersistantcreditbuilder wrote: ↑ Bumping this question
Question regarding collecting EI during reduced hours from employer.
Already have enough insurable hours to file a claim.
Hours at current employer are expected to be reduced from full time to part time. Would I be able to file a claim if hours are reduced down to part time hours? (Reduction not related to Covid) ...Do I have to be without work for 7 consecutive days before I can then file a claim?
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In this case, you would not start collecting until approximatly 5 months down the road. Keep in mind if you do get laid off, you must apply for EI. If you are/were making 5000 m/gross - you would qualify for the maximum which is currently around 570.00 /week gross. Keep in mind that this amount is taxable.
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Info heregirl9394 wrote: ↑ Hello, would like to clarify how will my maternity leave EI be paid if I'm on EI right now.
I am on EI now for 45 weeks as I was laid off since Jun 2020. My current claim expires on Sept 2021. Say I need to claim Mat Leave starting Aug 2021, will I still get paid by EI for Mat leave? I understand Maternal + Parental leaves are 50 weeks long, will I have to work the 600 hours again before get the EI for mat? Thanks in advance for any info.