1. On the left-side menu, click Payroll > Employees.
        2. Select the employee’s name.
        3. Click Employment Status.
        4. Click Start Offboarding, then select Let’s Get Started.
        5. Select a reason for the termination, the last day of work, and the date they gave notice. If no notice was given, input the last day they were employed.
        6. Review the final pay period and the payday deadline.
        7. Enter the amount of dismissal and severance pay, if applicable.
        8. Click Save changes.

An Offboarding Task List will appear on your employee’s Employment Status page. You must start with the first task and work down the list in order.

Click Issue pay to review and approve the final pay period. Remember that running payroll includes all employees for that pay period, not just the employee or employees placed on leave. Learn how to Approve a payroll.

Your employee’s vacation pay will automatically be calculated on their final payroll. To review an employee’s vacation balance or policy, see Set a vacation policy for your employees.

Canadian employers must issue an ROE (Record of Employment) to remain compliant with Service Canada. To issue an ROE, read Issue or amend an ROE (Record of employment).

Canadian employers may have the ability to run a one-off payroll if the recommended final pay date for an employee falls before the next regularly scheduled payday. If this option is available, a button that says Pay them separately will appear next to the employee’s name on the Payroll > Run Payroll page. Click this button to run the final payroll without including other employees.

To cancel an offboarding, see Cancel an employee offboarding.