Remote Work in Canada

In the age of remote work, hiring employees from across Canada is easier than ever. Canada EOR and PEO services enable you to employ remote workers across the country while ensuring compliance with provincial regulations and tax laws.

Hiring in Canada

When expanding your business operations to Canada, one of the most critical aspects is hiring talent. With e-square Employer of Record (EOR) and (PEO) services, you can seamlessly hire employees in Canada and 20+ Countries without the administrative burdens. We handle all aspects of hiring, from recruitment to onboarding, ensuring compliance with Canadian labor laws.

Canada Employment Contract

Crafting a well-structured employment contract is essential to protect your business interests. We help you create employment contracts that adhere to Canadian laws and include the necessary terms and conditions.

Canada Labor Laws

Understanding Canada's labor laws is crucial to maintaining a compliant workforce. We provide expert guidance on employment standards, employee rights, and workplace regulations in Canada to ensure your business operates within the legal framework.

Working Hours in Canada

Canada sets specific rules for working hours and overtime. Our services ensure that your employees' working hours are compliant with Canadian labor standards. The maximum number of hours you can work in a week is 48. Employees are limited to a combined total of 10 hours per day or 48 hours per week if they are working for both the same company and an unpaid student internship.

Minimum Wage

Canada's minimum wage varies by province and territory. Each province in Canada has a different minimum wage. The minimum wage is the lowest in Canada at CAD $11.45, while the minimum pay is the highest at CAD $16. These rates are accurate as of October 2020. The federal minimum wage is set at $16.65 per hour as of April 2023. These rates are accurate as of October 2020. Our EOR and PEO services keep you updated on minimum wage rates and ensure that your employees are compensated appropriately, wherever they are located.

Employee Income Tax Rates

As of last update for 2022-2023, the personal income tax rates for Canada residents are as follows:

  • For the first CAD 53,359 of chargeable income Tax: 15%
  • For the next CAD 53,359 - CAD 106,717: 20.5%
  • For the next CAD 106,717- CAD 165,430: 26%
  • For the next CAD 165,430 - CAD 235,675: 29%
  • Above CAD 235,675: 33%

Employment Taxes in Canada

Navigating Canada's complex tax system can be challenging. We handle all aspects of employment taxes, from payroll deductions to remittances, ensuring that your tax obligations are met accurately and on time.

Health Insurance in Canada

Healthcare in Canada is publicly funded, but supplementary health insurance is common. We help you understand and navigate the intricacies of offering health insurance benefits to your employees, promoting their well-being.

Employer Income Tax

For a 12-month tax year that ends on December 31, 2023, the following rates are in effect.

According to the Income Tax Act, the federal company tax rate begins at 38%. This rate is mitigated by a 10% reduction in federal income taxes and an additional 13% reduction in general taxes. All of this results in a 15% net corporate tax rate.

Sick Leave in Canada

The Canadian government promised to give employees in the privately regulated federal sector 10 days of paid sick time. Having access to paid sick time keeps employees safe while preventing income loss.

Maternity Leave

Canadian employees are entitled to maternity leave. It is possible to take up to 15 weeks of paid maternity leave. This may begin as early as 12 weeks prior to the anticipated due date and may last until as late as 17 weeks following the actual delivery date.

Severance in Canada

In the event of employee termination, understanding severance pay requirements is vital. The company must give the employee two weeks of regular salary in lieu of a written notice.

Vacation Leave in Canada

Understanding vacation leave entitlements is crucial for maintaining a happy and productive workforce. Our EOR and PEO services help you implement vacation leave policies that comply with Canadian employment standards.

You have the following rights as an employee of an employer subject to federal regulation:

  • once you've worked for the same job for a year, you'll get two weeks off every year.
  • After five years of continuous employment with one employer, you are entitled to 3 weeks of vacation per year.
  • After ten years of continuous employment with one employer, you are entitled to 4 weeks of vacation per year.

Employee Compensation & Benefits

We offer comprehensive compensation and benefits solutions tailored to your business needs. From salary structuring to retirement plans, we help you design competitive compensation packages that attract and retain top talent.

Expanding your business into Canada is made more accessible with e-square Canada EOR and PEO services. We handle the complexities of Canadian labor laws, allowing you to focus on your business's growth and success.

Contact us today to learn more about our Canada Employer of Record & PEO services.

Termination in Canada

If an employer wants to terminate an employee's employment, they must provide them at least two weeks' written notice.

Frequently Asked Questions ?

What are the advantages of using e-square EOR and PEO services in Canada?

e-square EOR and PEO services simplify HR and compliance tasks, reduce administrative burdens and provide expert guidance on Canadian labor laws, helping you focus on your core business activities.

How can I hire remote employees in Canada?

Our EOR and PEO services make it easy to hire remote employees in Canada while ensuring compliance with local regulations and tax laws.

What are the minimum wage rates in Canada?

Minimum wage rates vary by province and territory. We keep you updated on the latest rates to ensure compliance.

Can you help with employee benefits and retirement plans?

Yes, e-square offers comprehensive compensation and benefits solutions tailored to your business, including retirement plans and employee benefit programs.

How can I terminate an employee in Canada legally?

Our experts guide you through the legal termination process, ensuring compliance with Canadian labor laws.

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