Whether you are hiring a new employee or promoting one from within your organization, there are things you must do to comply with government standards and regulations regarding recruitment. One of these requirements is that your recruitment and interviewing practices be fair and non-discriminatory.
The Report on Hirings program is a voluntary verification program where you can report hirings and recalls for your organization to help reduce employment insurance fraud.
Find information and guidance on your obligations.
- Employment standards
Find out about your obligations related to wages, vacation and other leave, statutory holidays, hours of work and overtime.
- Recruiting in four stepsOnly Applies to : QuebecLearn more about your rights and obligations when it comes to recruiting employees, and discover which tools and resources can guide you throughout the process.
- Human resources (Quebec)Only Applies to : QuebecKeep informed of your rights and responsibilities when hiring and managing employees, as well as when their employment ends.
- Minimum age of employment and young worker workplace restrictions — SaskatchewanOnly Applies to : SaskatchewanIf you are an employer in Saskatchewan, you must comply with the regulations concerning the minimum age of employment when hiring employees.
- A Guide to Human Rights for Employers in SaskatchewanOnly Applies to : SaskatchewanPrevent discrimination in your hiring process by knowing what interview questions you can or can't ask.
- Report on Hirings
If you hire often, you could help maintain the integrity of the Employment Insurance program by submitting monthly information to the government.
- Personal Tax Credits Return
You should ask new employees to complete a TD1 form for personal tax credits to determine how much to deduct from their pay.
- Your responsibilities with respect to an employee's social insurance number
You must obtain a new employee's Social Insurance Number within 3 days of them starting work. Keep the number secure and use it for income-related purposes only.
- Employer obligations
If your organization or business is regulated by the federal government, find out about your obligations under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
- Your responsibilities after hiring a temporary foreign worker
Find out what you need to do after hiring a temporary foreign worker.
- Employment of children (Newfoundland and Labrador)Only Applies to : Newfoundland and LabradorUnderstand your responsibilities as an employer in Newfoundland and Labrador when hiring children.
- How to make workplaces accessibleOnly Applies to : OntarioEnsure that your employee attraction, hiring and human resources practices meet Ontario accessibility requirements.
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