Employment in Canada

Canada Employment Insurance Commission (CEIC)

The main role of the CEIC is to assist Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) in managing the Employment Insurance (EI) Program. It is a tripartite organization with representation from business, labour and the Government of Canada.

Mandate

The EI Commission is responsible for:

  • supporting the EI appeal system;
  • making regulations with the approval of the Governor in Council;
  • reviewing and approving policies related to EI program administration and delivery; and
  • continuing development of the EI Monitoring and Assessment report as a permanent annual report.

The Commission performs duties and functions in relation, but not limited to:

  • employment insurance;
  • employment services; and
  • the development and utilization of labour market resources.

Members

The Commission has four members, representing the interests of government, workers and employers.

The Commissioner for Workers and the Commissioner for Employers are appointed by the Governor in Council for terms of up to five years. They are mandated to represent and reflect the views of their respective constituencies.

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