Payroll is the process of calculating and distributing employee compensation, including salaries, wages, bonuses, and deductions. HR should be deeply concerned about payroll because it is a critical aspect of managing the employment relationship and an essential part of HR’s responsibilities.

Payroll Quiz

Can employers give paid time off instead of overtime pay?

Payroll Calculator with Pay Stubs

Use this spreadsheet to collect employee information, calculate payroll and […]

Compensation Policy

Compensation is a fundamental element of employment including base salary, […]

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Changes Coming For Online Platform-Based Food Delivery And Ride Share Gig Workers In B.C.

On November 20, 2023, the Government of British Columbia introduced Bill 48 – 2023 Labour Statutes [...]

Can An Ontario-Regulated Employer Prohibit Their Employees From Discussing Their Salaries, Bonuses And Other Compensation?

While open discussions about compensation between employees were once considered impolite, they are [...]

British Columbia Pay Transparency Regulation Provides Information On Preparing Pay Transparency Reports

New regulation provides guidance on the implementation of British Columbia, Canada’s Bill [...]

How An Employee May Become Entitled To A Deferred Bonus Upon Termination

Employers and employees may agree to defer the payment of an employee’s bonus upon the [...]

BC Employers Must Include Pay In Job Postings From November 1, 2023

The BC Pay Transparency Act(the Act) came into force on May 11, 2023. As of November 1, 2023 [...]

What Constitutes Doing Business Abroad for OETC Eligibility Purposes?

To qualify for the overseas employment tax credit (OETC), an employee must be a Canadian resident [...]

How to Legally Correct Failures to Withhold Source Deductions

Not taking enough of a source deduction out of employees’ paycheques is a common payroll mistake [...]

Pay Transparency Policy

Pay transparency has become the hottest thing in new HR lawmaking. Even if not currently required [...]

Pay Transparency Compliance Game Plan

The new pay transparency laws and the 4 things you must do to comply with them. Pay transparency [...]

Pay Transparency – Know The Laws Of Your Province

Six of Canada’s 14 jurisdictions—Federal, BC, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Prince Edward [...]

What to Do When You Get a Garnishment Order

What to Do When You Get a Garnishment Order Sooner or later, every payroll/HR manager faces the [...]

How to Report Employee’s Failure to Return from Leave on the ROE

You must notify Service Canada when employees on unpaid leave quit their job so they don’t get EI [...]

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