Guide to employment insurance statistics (EIS), ...: CS73-506E-PDF
"Employment Insurance Statistics (EIS), released monthly by Statistics Canada, aims to report on the statistics of the EI program. The mandate for the compilation of EIS was given to the Dominion Bureau of Statistics (now Statistics Canada) by Order-in-Council in 1941. The major data points of the EIS are the number of people receiving regular benefits and the number of initial and renewal claims received. These statistics are the focus of the analysis published each month in The Daily. Other statistics, such as the type of benefits received, benefit payments, number of weeks paid and number of disqualifications and disentitlements, are available on a monthly basis in CANSIM, Statistics Canada’s key socioeconomic database"--Overview, p. 4, issue 2016.
|Title||Guide to employment insurance statistics (EIS), ...|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Note||Issued also in French under title: Guide des statistiques de l'assurance-emploi (SAE).|
|Chronology||Began with: 2016.|
|Subject Terms||Employment insurance, Statistics|
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