2022 is right around the corner and that means new year, new... batch of holidays to load into Wagepoint!
All jokes aside, to set yourself up for a smooth payroll road ahead, be sure to load all the federal and provincial holidays before processing your first payroll for 2022 in the Company > Company holidays tab in Wagepoint.
Get the step-by-step instructions for adding company holidays in Wagepoint for statutory holiday pay calculations.
We've listed the federal and provincial/territorial holidays for you below. Please review them carefully to remove any statutory holidays that don't apply to your province in Wagepoint. If you're ever unsure about which holidays are statutory, please reach out to your provincial labour board.
Federal statutory holidays.
|New Year's Day||
|Good Friday||April 15|
|Victoria Day||May 23|
|Canada Day||July 1|
|Labour Day||September 5|
|National Day for Truth and Reconciliation||September 30|
|Remembrance Day||November 11|
|3rd Monday in February||
|Friday before the last Sunday in February||
|June 21 (First day of summer)||
|Monday closest to July 12||
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