We are a consulting firm that has employees in a variety of provinces. They are payrolled in the province where they perform the work for the client (we are incorporated in BC). The main provinces with employees right now are BC, QC, ON, AB (with Quebec being the most important as of now).
Thanks so much for your help!
If you could answer for British Columbia first and foremost that would be great! I would also like to reach out to a Quebec expert, do I ask a new question or would you be able to forward the question along? Thank you again for your help.
That is what I have come across but just wanted to make sure. I just want to clarify, if for example the employee is told they have to take vacation, they never take vacation and as the employer we do not schedule anything for them. Do you what kind of penalty action could be brought on us for not requiring it?
And I will post for Quebec specific information, thank you.
Perfect thank you so much, and is this generally the rule for other provinces (aside from Quebec)? And I assume I can contact their similar offices as well?
Thanks again for your help!