Workers' Compensation Rates In 2022

December 1, 2021 Kasia Wind

Year-end is the perfect time to make sure that all of your information is entered correctly within Wagepoint, including your 2022 Workers' Compensation rates. 

Contact your provincial WSIB/WCB agency to confirm your Workers’ Compensation rates for 2022. To apply these rates, update your Company > Workers’ Compensation tab with the new rates for 2022 before you run your first payroll for a pay date in 2022. 

Important notes about Worker's Comp rates.

  • If your Workers' Compensation rates are changing for 2022, you will not be able to enter them in Wagepoint until you run the last payroll of 2021 and reports are available on your behalf. 
  • Wagepoint can only handle the WSIB/WCB remittances on your behalf. We are not authorized to complete your WSIB/WCB reporting. However, to help you complete your reporting accurately, we provide a handy WSIB/WCB Payroll Report, which can be found in your Reports tab.

Find your rates.

Check directly with the appropriate board for your province/territory for the latest rates. 


Worker's Compensation Board


Worker's Compensation (WCB) 

British Columbia

Worker's Compensation (WorkSafe BC)


Worker's Compensation (WCB) 

New Brunswick

Worker's Compensation (WorkSafeNB) 

Newfoundland and Labrador 

Worker's Compensation (WorkPlaceNL) 

Nova Scotia

Worker's Compensation (WCB) 


Worker's Compensation (WSIB) 

Prince Edward Island 

Worker's Compensation (WCB)


Worker's Compensation (CNESST)


Worker's Compensation (WCB) 

Northwest Territories

Worker's Compensation (WSCC)


Worker's Compensation (WSCC)


Worker's Compensation (WCB)

 Want to learn more? 

Access other important year-end goodies in your Year-End Survival KIT.

About the Author

Kasia Wind

Kasia Wind is a Manager of Brand, Content and Communications at Wagepoint. As a kid, she wanted to become a talk show host like Jenny Jones (it didn't work out). A believer that storytelling is the best way to connect, Kasia has created content for audiences including small businesses, bodybuilders and doctors. Oddly, her own stories often involve getting injured in hilarious ways.

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