Online Pay & T4/RL-1

Online Pay & T4/RL-1

Access and view your weekly paystubs and annual T4/RL-1 online.

Pay Options & Information

Our pay schedule runs from Sunday through Saturday. You will receive your paycheque or direct deposit by Friday, depending on your banking institution or local mail service.

We offer several options:

  • Direct Deposit automatically deposits your paycheque into your bank account. Employees typically receive their pay deposit on Wednesday morning, however we guarantee that it will be in your account by Friday.
  • Paper cheques are mailed out each week to your field office and will arrive on Thursdays.

Sign-up to View Your Paystub Online
  1. Go to
  2. If you do not have internet access you may call 1-866-590-3729 to obtain your pay summary.
  3. Enter your Employee ID number.
  4. Enter your PIN. The first time you login your PIN will be your birthday in the MMDDYY format.

    Note: For example: if you were born on February 20, 1989 your pin is 022089.
  5. Click Continue.
  6. The next screen will prompt you to create a new PIN.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. Click Paystub Review to view a summary of your pay advice or click More Detail to view your entire pay advice.

If you have any questions about accessing your pay advice, please contact your local CSA or TALX Customer Service line 1-866-590-3729.

T4/RL-1 Information

T4/RL-1 slips are mailed out each year at the end of February to the address we have on file as of Jan 1. If you have a different address from when you were employed with us, please contact the local office that employed you with your updated address information.

If you elect to receive your T4/RL-1 online you will receive an email from TALX when the online slip is available to view. If you have not received your T4/RL-1 by the beginning of March, you can request a reprint from the office that employed you.

Sign-up to View Your T4/RL-1 Online
  1. Log onto Pay Advice:
  2. Click on the T4 eXpress link.
  3. Select Consent for Online Delivery.
  4. Read the disclosure information and select Test Now to view a sample online T4. Close the window to continue.
  5. Fill out the enrollment form. Click Save.
  6. Review your information for accuracy and click Confirm.
  7. Print your confirmation page for your records and click Continue. You are now enrolled.
  8. Note: Once you have consented to receive your T4/RL-1’s electronically, you will no longer receive paper copies in the mail, unless you withdraw your consent, which you may do through the TALX website at anytime.

If you have any questions about accessing your pay advice, please contact your local CSA or TALX Customer Service line 1-888-594-3729.

Contact the Customer Support Associate in your local Aerotek office.
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Health Benefits

Health Benefits

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for health benefits, you must work a minimum of 32 hours per week. Benefit coverage begins on the first of the month following your hire date. 

Our program introduces a more enjoyable user experience, with one group plan specially designed for you, our valued contract worker. Aerotek is pleased to offer you the Manulife Financial Group Benefits Program, a comprehensive benefits protection program available to our temporary staff. This program is designed to fill the gaps left in your government health insurance plan, whether your focus is Extended Health, Dental care, or both. The option is yours to choose, with no medical evidence of insurability required!

Now is the perfect time to register. Please contact your Manulife at 1-800-268-6195 and reference policy number 10195.

Contact information:

Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) for standard contractors

We offer our contractors the opportunity to contribute to a group Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) through Allegis Group.
This is a unique offering for temporary workers, and an added advantage of working within the company. Similar to contributing to RRSPs through our internal program, Allegis Group allows:

  • the convenience of weekly deductions from their paycheque,
  • provides the benefits of tax-savings at source,
  • reduced administration fees as a group.

The plan is optional, and contractors have the flexibility to alter their contributions as needed through Sun Life's website.

Information on the RRSP plan will be mailed to all active contractors directly from Sun Life, our RRSP provider, and on a weekly basis to all new hires after April 21, 2014. If you have any questions please feel free to contact

Sun Life Financial Service Center (Register Retirement Saving Plan - RRSP)
Phone: 1-866-733-8613

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Any standard employee and their relatives are eligible for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).The EAP through Health Advocate is designed to help you lead a happier and more productive life at home and at work. Balancing the needs of work, family and personal responsibilities isn’t always easy. This program offers the right support at the right time.

Health Advocate provides a professional counselor or work life specialist to listen and;

  • Help define the problem clearly,
  • Assess the type of help needed, and
  • Either provide the required help or make the most appropriate, cost-effective referral for you.

Your counselor can address:

  • Stress, depression, anxiety
  • Marital relationships, family/parenting issues
  • Work conflicts
  • Anger, grief and loss
  • Drug and alcohol abuse

Work/Life Specialist can assist with:

  • Eldercare, childcare, in-home care
  • Legal, financial issues
  • Summer camps
  • Time management
  • Parenting
  • Adoption
  • Pet sitting

How to Sign up

  1. Call Health advocate at 1-866-799-2728
  2. Press #2 for EAP and advise them you are an employee of Allegis Group

  1. Visit online at http://www.Hea​

Job Safety

The well-being of our contract employees is Aerotek’s top priority. If you have a safety issue at your job site please follow these steps:

  • Report any injury or illness IMMEDIATELY to the Client supervisor and your Aerotek representative. If you are injured you must promptly complete the Workers’ Compensation forms to insure your claim.
  • Report any unsafe condition or situation that you are untrained to handle to your Client supervisor or Aerotek representative.
  • If the safety issue is not immediately resolved, contact your Aerotek representative who will alert the Regional Health and Safety Manager to ensure the issue is resolved.

Contact the Customer Support Associate in your local Aerotek office.
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Submit Hours

Submit Hours

Contractors must submit hours by 10:00 a.m. on the Monday following the previous work week.

Hours must be approved by a client manager before submission.

Failure to submit approved hours by the deadline may result in a delay in payment wages.


Each office will be closed in observance of the statutory holidays as observed in the province in which they work. An employee’s entitlement to be paid for a paid holiday shall be determined according to the requirements of provincial legislation. The Company grants paid time off for statutory holidays to eligible employees as required by applicable provincial legislation.

Holiday Pay is calculated based on provincial employment standards requirements. Public holidays that fall on a Saturday are observed on the preceding Friday and those that fall on a Sunday are observed on the following Monday.

If a public holiday falls during an eligible employee's paid absence (such as vacation or sick leave), Holiday Pay is provided in lieu of the Paid Time Off Benefit that would have otherwise applied, unless otherwise required by applicable provincial employment standards legislation. Employees on short term disability and/or unpaid leaves of absences will not receive Holiday Pay unless otherwise required by applicable provincial employment standards legislation.

If eligible hourly employees work on a public holiday, they will receive Premium Pay (½ times the regular wage) in addition to their hourly wage for all hours worked unless otherwise required by applicable provincial employment standards legislation. In Quebec, employees will be paid the statutory holiday indemnity plus their usual wages. In all cases, the Company will pay employees according to the requirements in the applicable province.

Holiday ON AB BC QC
New Year’s Day
Family Day – BC
Family Day – AB, ON
Good Friday
Victoria Day (National Patriots Day – QC)
St. Jean-Baptiste
Canada Day
BC Day
Labour Day
Thanksgiving Day
Remembrance Day
Christmas Day
Boxing Day
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Employment Verification

Employment Verification

For all Letters of Employment (LOE) or employment verifications, please contact the Customer Support Associate in your local Aerotek office. LOEs typically take 2-3 business days to generate.

Click here to locate your nearest Aerotek office

Contact the Customer Support Associate in your local Aerotek office.
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Employment Insurance

Employment Insurance

The Employment Insurance (EI) program offers temporary financial assistance to Canadians and individuals who are legally entitled to work in Canada, have a valid Social Insurance Number and remain in Canada during their benefit period. One type of benefits that the EI program offers is regular benefits. EI regular benefits are offered to people who have lost their employment through no fault of their own (for example, because of a shortage of work or because they were employed in seasonal work) and who are ready, willing, and capable of working each day but unable to find work.

You may be entitled to receive EI regular benefits if you:

  • are employed in insurable employment;
  • lost your employment through no fault of your own;
  • have been without work and without pay for at least seven consecutive days in the last 52 weeks;
  • have worked for the required number of insurable hours in the last 52 weeks or since the start of your last EI claim, whichever is shorter;
  • are ready, willing, and capable of working each day; and
  • are actively looking for work (you must keep a written record of employers you contact, including when you contacted them).

You may not be entitled to receive EI regular benefits if you:

  • voluntarily left your employment without just cause;
  • were dismissed for misconduct; or
  • are unemployed because you are directly participating in a labour dispute (strike, lockout, or other type of dispute).

Your Record of Employment (ROE) will be transmitted electronically to Service Canada, so a paper copy of your ROE is not needed. Aerotek will generate your ROE by Friday on the week that your accrued vacation pay has been paid out, which is approximately 2 weeks after your last day worked. During this waiting period, you can submit your EI application to Service Canada.

Contact the Customer Support Associate in your local Aerotek office.
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Expense Policy

Expense Policy

  • The Contract Employee must sign and submit their expense report to the appropriate client manager for signature approval. The Contract Employee must submit their signed expense report to their Aerotek representative by Monday at 10:00 AM each week. Expense Reports shall be written in ink and physically submitted with original receipts to the Aerotek office, or scanned and electronically submitted through Time and Expense. Expense reports submitted after this time may result in a delay of the reimbursement to the Contract Employee. Expenses may only be entered for payment once all receipts and client approvals have been reviewed and approved by the Corporate Expense Team.
  • Legible and clear original itemized receipts or copies must accompany the expense report to substantiate that the expense had a business purpose, and must include the date and amount of the expense incurred. Expenses submitted without a receipt will not be reimbursed. Expenses submitted after 90 days from date of transaction will not be reimbursed.
  • Mileage reimbursement may not be above the allowable rate established by the CRA, which is currently 55 cents ($0.55) per kilometer for the first 5,000 kilometers driven and 49 cents ($0.49) per kilometer driven after that. In the Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut, there is an additional 4 cents ($.04) per kilometer allowed for travel. For mileage expense reports that are physically submitted, they must outline starting and ending locations, total mileage, business purpose, and the Client’s reimbursable mileage rate, if different than Aerotek’s, as well as the total expense amount at the bottom. The client will indicate what the mileage reimbursement rate shall be; however, it shall never be above the amount established by the CRA.
  • International expenses require a written description of what the charges include, as well as documentation showing what the exchange rate was at the time the expense was incurred. This documentation may be a print screen of the exchange rate or a bank/credit card statement showing the CAD amount that was charged.
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