According to the agreement, interest is paid only for payments made for period 1 (March 8, 1985 to November 5, 1987). These interest rates are calculated on the basis of simple interest with the Canada Savings Bond (CSB) interest rate. Interest is calculated twice a year at 90% of the payment amount due on March 31 and September 30 of each year until the effective payment date. For periods of maternity and parental leave, we use the adjusted weekly working time used to determine the amount of the allowance to be received. This corresponds to the collective agreements of the time. No, the payment is not considered a salary for the purposes of superannuation or disability insurance. For periods when disability or work benefit benefits have been paid, we use the average hours of work (AWW) set the day before benefits begin. As noted above, these hours are counted only for the period of employment between November 6, 1987 and November 30, 2013. For the calculation of payment, there are three specific periods. Yes, the tally is paid to the deceased`s estate. Statistics Canada uses administrative records to locate and identify potential applicants.
In addition, the Agency will use internal communication channels, mail outlets, newsletters, online channels and traditional media to inform staff and members of the public. For those who joined the ESS after 1993, Statistics Canada uses employment records to identify and contact legitimate employees. Employees who worked as interviewers and senior investigators from 1985 to 1993 are encouraged to contact Statistics Canada to learn more about the process to make a claim. In accordance with the arbitration decision, this additional payment is considered compensation pursuant to Section 52  [c] of the Canadian Human Rights Act. This means that it is treated in the same way as the 60% share of your equity payment, that it is not taxable and that it is not declared on a T4/Rel 1. The goal is to make a payment for each employee where possible. There may be situations where this is not possible. You can send your questions to the email address above or email them to the address above. We will do everything in our power to respond to them within a reasonable time.
However, this plan could affect more than 20,000 employees, so the focus will be on ensuring that so many people receive their payment within a reasonable time. We recommend that you wait until you have received your payment, and then, if you have any questions or concerns, you can contact us at that time. At Statistical Survey Operations, a special mailbox has been created to allow former employees to contact us and leave their current address or email address so that we can forward a pay equity payment package. The package contains forms that you must complete and return to Statistics Canada. The email address is: email@example.com.