Navigating Yukon's Workers' Safety and Compensation Landscape Can Be Complex.
The Office of the Employer Advisor is Here to Help.
Be Aware. Stay Prepared.
Do You Have Employees?
How will you know if the services we offer are relevant to you?
- Do you have employees?
- If an employee is injured on the job, do you know what happens next?
- Are you aware of the processes and priorities for employers when a claim is underway?
Do You Know Your Rights as a Yukon Employer?
Contact the Office of the Employer Advisor to find out if your company is on the right path to:
- Paying the correct assessment rate
- Qualifying for the CHOICES incentive rebate
- Avoiding admin fees and penalties
- Following the return-to-work process
- Meeting workplace safety obligations
If An Employee is Injured on the Job, Will You Be Ready?
Yukon employers who understand the Workers' Safety and Compensation landscape are better prepared for the journey ahead.
The Office of the Employer Advisor can help you stay on top of your Workers' Safety and Compensation requirements and successfully navigate the legislative landscape in the Yukon.
What is the Role of an Employer Advisor?
Employer Advisors are specialists dedicated to helping employers navigate Yukon's Workers' Safety and Compensation legislation.
The Office of the Employer Advisor is a free service provided by the Yukon Chamber of Commerce and is independent of the Yukon Workers' Safety and Compensation Board.
OEAY Services Delivered By:
Start Your Journey:
Welcome to the Yukon Office of the Employer Advisor.
The Office of the Employer Advisor is an independent office dedicated to helping Yukon employers navigate Yukon's Workers' Safety Compensation landscape.
Simply put, if one of your employees suffers an injury on the job and submits a claim, the Employer Advisor is ready to help ensure your organization is well prepared for the journey ahead.
Be Aware. Stay Prepared.
This year the Yukon Office of the Employer Advisor invites Yukon employers to access our online and on-location resources designed to help your organization be aware and stay prepared. Arrange for an annual check-up over the phone or via zoom, or request training to ensure your team is familiar with the processes, procedures and forms required to remain in good standing with the Workers Safety and Compensation Board.
Our Services Are:
- Free and confidential;
- Available to all Yukon employers;
- Provided virtually and in-person; and
- Delivered exclusively for Yukon employers by a neutral, independent office.
Organizations We Serve:
- Not-For-Profit Corporations
- Incorporated Businesses
- First Nation Governments
- Municipal Governments
- Federal & Territorial Governments
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Section 4: Return to Work
Section 5: Employer Assessments
Policy 5.1 Employer Registration
Policy 5.3 Employer Industry Classification