Employment Insurance - EI
The Employment Insurance Act replaced the Unemployment Insurance Act in 1996. The updated scheme was designed to link unemployment benefits with wages, and to reduce penalties for those who can only find temporary work. In order to qualify for benefits, individuals must work a certain number of hours, and the length of time that benefits are provided for depends on an individual's geographic region's unemployment rate.
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