贴者注： Record of Employment (ROE) 就业记录
Generally, if you are issuing an ROE electronically, you have five calendar days after the end of the pay period in which an employee’s interruption of earnings occurs to issue it.
This is considered an interruption of service and includes situations where employment ends or the employee leaves because of pregnancy, injury, illness, adoption leave, layoff, leave without pay, or dismissal. 这被视为服务中断，包括因怀孕，受伤，生病，领养假，裁员，无薪假或解雇而导致就业结束或员工离职的情况。
The employer has the choice of the following reasons (or codes):
A – work shortage
B – strike/lockout
C – return to school
D – Illness/injury
E – quit
F – pregnancy or adoption
G – retirement
H – work-sharing
J – apprentice training
M – dismissal
N – leave of absence
K – other
The employer must also provide on the ROE some facts regarding the termination. Prudent employers just write one short sentence, such as “no more work for employee due to restructuring”.
For regular terminations, I usually advise employers to always put down, “A – work shortage“, unless the employer actually has “just cause” to terminate the employee. This code gives Service Canada no reason to refuse the employee his or her EI.