NOTIFICATION: The WCB offices will be closed on Friday, Sept. 30 to observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, Oct. 3.
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Learn the WCB’s definitions of workers and contractors of your business, when to report someone you’re paying who is not on your payroll to the WCB and how to report contractors to the WCB.
Learn this year’s maximum assessable wage rate and how to calculate your workers’ earnings to ensure you are not reporting incorrectly.
Learn more about when to report assessable earnings to the WCB on active claims and what they typically include.
Learn the difference between a letter of good standing and a clearance and how to request them.
Learn what the current year’s industry premium rates are, how employers are grouped together and how premium rates are determined each year.
Get details on the appeal process for employers, what information and forms you need to file an appeal, how to appoint someone to act on your behalf and how to request information. There are two aspects to an employer appeal: appealing a decision on your worker’s injury claim and appealing a decision on your employer account. Find out more here.
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