Incidental wage costs, holiday pay, accident insurance and statutory reporting requirements vary from province to province in Canada. CGCIC runs payroll for your employees in Canada according to the applicable provincial regulations.
The chamber supports you with
- Advice on hiring employees in Canada: salary calculation, pension and health benefits and incidental costs, etc
- Establishment of payroll accounting in accordance with Canadian regulations and corresponding execution of the payroll.
- Tax and levy payments and fulfilment of statutory reporting requirements at federal and provincial level (including occupational accident insurance, health insurance)
Details on Canadian Payroll Processing
In Germany salaries are usually paid at the end of the month. In Canada salaries can be paid weekly, twice a month or monthly. Employees in Canada usually expect payments twice a month.
Statutory Accident Insurance
In many cases, employees and companies must register with the provincial statutory accident insurance schemes and pay contributions (e.g. Workplace Safety & Insurance Board - WSIB in Ontario).
The contributions depend on the size of the company, the sector and the activities of the employees in the individual case.
The Employer Health Tax (EHT) is an income tax based on the remuneration of employees and former employees. We support you in registering and calculating the EHT of the province.