Standard Canadian Report - BC Statutory Holiday Report_CA

Report Description

Similar to American holidays, certain Canadian holidays, while acknowledged, do not entail paid time off. In addition to nationally recognized holidays, Canada observes provincial and territorial holidays. Despite their nationwide celebration, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Father's Day, and Halloween do not constitute paid vacation days.

Statutory holidays - which include New Year's Day, Good Friday (Easter), Canada Day, Labour Day and Christmas Day - are celebrated nationwide and are paid days off for employees.  Federally regulated employees also get Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Thanksgiving and Boxing Day off and it is common practice, however, not required, for non-federal employees to get these holidays off as well.

 

This report provides information about statutory holidays for employees in British Columbia.

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Parameters

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Parameter Name

Options

Explanation

Branch

All branches available in the company.

 

Employee Name

Enter a specific employee's name or the "%" symbol which retrieves all employees qualifying for this report.

 

Start Date

Calendar date The beginning date of the information period.

End Date

Calendar date The ending date of the information period. 

Group By

Branch, None  

Pay Codes

All, Reg, OT, DT, Bonus, etc.  

 

 

Report Fields

Field Name

Explanation

Emp. ID

The employee's unique ID.

Employee Name

The name of the employee receiving holiday pay.

Wage Earned

The amount of holiday pay earned by the employee for a month, that is, for the week worked between the End Date (given in the parameter) and 30 days before the End Date.

Avg. Wage Per Day

The amount of holiday pay earned divided by the number of days holiday pay wages were earned for a month, that is, for the week worked between the End Date (given in the parameter) and 30 days before End Date.

Days Wages Earned

The number of days worked during the time period that holiday pay was earned. Time period will be for the week worked between the End Date (given in the parameter) and 30 days before End Date.

Days of Employment

The total number of weeks worked * 5 for the accounting period date between the Start and End date parameters supplied to the report.

 

 

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