The EI system is broke. It is no longer an insurance program - it's an income augmentation program. It encourages people to seek seasonal employment and refuse fulltime work. As a result, there are labour shortages in areas of high unemployment.
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Soumis par Curtis Olof le lun 16/11/2020 - 13:16
Working while in receipt of E.I. should NOT result in your earnings being deducted from your E.I. cheques at a rate of 1 to 1. you should be able to earn at least $250 CAN without being penalized, this way families stand a fighting chance of staying on top of expenses (which greatly outweigh maximum credits received from any E.I. claim). I think the current system breads laziness AND poverty at the same time. Also people who work OVERTIME hours should NOT be taxed at a higher rate for those hours. These are the people who are literally making the world turn, they should be rewarded, not penalized for their hard efforts.
Soumis par Bill Paley le ven 30/03/2018 - 19:51
Soumis par MIchelle Teskey le mer 28/03/2018 - 19:59
Soumis par Steve le lun 17/05/2021 - 05:20
Why would one want to be a subordinate of the government to this level? and this would not support increased productivity in my opinion - UBI could be a dangerous thing for society.