Record of Employment (ROE)


Record of Employment (ROE)

A Record of Employment (ROE) is a form your employer must give you. It tells how long you worked and how much you earned with that employer. It is possible to have more than one ROE (because, for example, you have worked for more than one employer within the last 52 weeks or since your last claim). The ROE is used to determine the amount of benefits you are eligible to receive from employment insurance.

The ROE is a federal responsibility. Please contact your nearest Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) office if you have any questions regarding your ROE.

For more information about making an employment insurance claim, go to HRDC's website for EI claimants.

Employers can learn about their obligations under employment insurance, including how to complete an ROE form, by visiting HRDC's employment insurance website for employers.