Records of Employment (ROE) overview

Records of Employment (ROE) overview

A Record of Employment (ROE) is a form that employers complete and file with Service Canada at the end of an employee’s service. Rise makes it super-easy to file an ROE directly with Service Canada without leaving the platform or dealing with pesky PDFs.

Follow this step-by-step guide to learn about and issue an ROE through Rise:

  1. Terminate the employee
  2. Process final pay (as you normally would)
  3. Create the ROE
  4. Review and complete it
  5. Finalize and send it

Additional information

  1. If you need to amend a finalized ROE, follow the steps in this article.
  2. If you are switching to Rise from another provider, follow the steps in this article.


  1. ROE error “Last day for which paid must be within final pay period”
  2. ROE totals not balanced
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