Frontline worker pay application
As of April 22, 2019, we will no longer accept new job applications in Ontario for frontline worker pay. So in this article, we will discuss Frontline worker pay application.
The frontline sectors included
These are the following:
- Health. Nurses and other health professionals, including paramedics, psychologists, physiotherapists, and dietitians.
- Education. Teachers (primary school), principals and deputy principals in public schools; teachers of special needs children in private schools; early childhood educators; school counselors and welfare officers.
- Youth Affairs & Community Services Workers. Youth workers who work with children and young people under 18 years old (including childcare workers). And also community service coordinators (who manage programs aimed at disadvantaged communities).
Applications and assistance
The following is a list of the frontline sectors that this program will cover:
- Agriculture, forestry, and fishing
- Marine transport
- Ports and harbours (including harbours)
To make an appeal
If your application is rejected, there are several steps you can take to appeal. You must provide evidence that the employer’s decision was wrong and explain why you disagree with it. This may include:
- Supporting documentation from other sources (such as previous job descriptions or salary surveys)
- This a letter from an experienced HR professional who has experience with similar roles at your company
Payments to eligible employees will be made through the same payment channels as other payments, such as direct deposit or paper cheque.
Also payments are made on the following basis:
- It is made to eligible employees’ nominated bank accounts on the day after their last working day of the week.
- Payments are made in arrears (i.e., paid over some time). This is because it allows us to ensure you don’t miss out if your employer has an unexpected expense and needs to pay you sooner than expected.
We hope you found this information helpful. Please share it with other frontline workers who may need some help with their pay application.