What is a Record of Employment (ROE)?
A Record of Employment (ROE) is a document that provides information on an individual’s employment history. It is a form that employers are required to provide to Service Canada for an employee, specifically when the employee stops working or experiences an interruption of earnings that is seven consecutive calendar days or more.
On the ROE form, employers enter details about the employee’s work history, including insurable earnings and insurable hours.
Service Canada uses the information on the ROE to determine whether a person is eligible to receive Employment Insurance (EI) benefits, what the benefit amount will be, and for how long the benefits will be paid. For more details, please visit Service Canada for additional information.