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Canadian Worker Classification Guidelines

Companies accustomed to employing workers in the United States will find Canada’s regulatory and tax structure to be familiar, as it has many similarities to U.S. law.

Two differences to keep in mind are more stringent requirements for severance benefits and various kinds of paid leave, as well as the distinct (but similar) laws that exist in the province of Québec, where federally recognized “unique status” (“statut particulier”) results in a separate regulatory regime from the federal government.

This Fact Sheet spells out how Canadian worker classification differs from that in the United States and lists key considerations that companies need to heed.

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