ROEs that much easier when done online

Service Canada’s ROE Web has a few flaws but it’s a solid support system
By Nicole Winter
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 06/03/2011

ROE Web is an online application designed for Canadian employers to assist in the creation of electronic records of employment (ROEs) using Internet technology for direct submission to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) or Service Canada.

It is a reasonably diverse platform that allows multiple authorized users to eliminate time and technology constraints and streamline the termination process in their workplace. In addition, it provides users with the ability to properly document ROEs and eliminates many common mistakes made with the traditional paper version of the document.

HR professionals responsible for completing ROEs on behalf of their own or third-party organizations need to register for ROE Web. But first they should consult with their payroll or human resources information system (HRIS) provider to see if its system platform supports ROE Web. Most end user payroll systems do support it.