Employment Insurance reporting calendar
This calendar will help you to accurately report the hours you worked and the earnings you received during each week of the reporting period. To obtain additional copies of this calendar, photocopy this document or print from the Service Canada website.
How to use the reporting calendar
- Record the number of full and partial hours (Hours) you worked and your earnings before deductions (Earns) for each day of the week, from Sunday to Saturday.
- Add and round your hours and earnings and enter the results in the “Total to report” row. Report only full hours in this box. For example, if you worked 38 hours and 15 minutes in a week, enter 38 hours. If you worked 38 hours and 45 minutes, enter 38 hours. When reporting your earnings for each calendar week (Sunday to Saturday), round to the nearest dollar. For example if your earnings were $125.49, enter $125. If your earnings were $125.50, enter $126.
- Record the due date of your next report in the “Date next report is due” row.
- To complete and submit your EI reports 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can use the EI Internet Reporting Service by visiting the Service Canada website and clicking on Complete your EI report.
- If you are unable to use the internet, the EI Telephone Reporting Service is available by calling 1-800-531-7555.
You must submit your first EI report on or shortly after the due date. Do not submit your report before this due date. Access the instructions on when and how to complete your reports with our Internet Reporting Service or our Telephone Reporting Service. After you complete your first report, we will let you know the next due date on which you will have to submit another EI report. Mark this date on your calendar—you cannot file your next report before this date.
It is important to complete your reports no later than three weeks after each due date or your EI claim may be affected.
For more information
To view and update your EI information, register for a My Service Canada Account.
Providing false information for yourself or someone else is considered fraud and is punishable by law.
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