Are you having problems obtaining your employment insurance benefits?

Have you been assessed a penalty or overpayment?

Are you interested in education and training?

Do you wish to appeal a decision made by the Canada Employment & Insurance Commission?
The Unemployed Workers Help Centre (UWHC) is a non-profit organization providing information and advocacy services on Employment Insurance. Our services are open to everyone in need and no fees are charged for any service.
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The Unemployed Workers Help Centre can help you obtain the employment insurance benefits to which you may be entitled.
We will:

Advise you of your rights and obligations

Mediate between you and the Employment Insurance Commission

Help prepare and present your EI appeal

KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS CAN HELP YOU AVOID COSTLY PENALTIES AND CLAIM DELAYS

OTHER UWHC SERVICES

Provides public education workshops and seminars on EI issues, policies and procedures.

Provides referrals to other social and government agencies which can assist workers during times of unemployment.

If you need assistance with your employment insurance call the Unemployed Workers Help Centre near you. The Centres are open 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Please phone first to discuss your concerns with one of our staff, and we will set up an appointment.

Regina Office

400-2221 Cornwall Street
Regina, Sask.
S4P 2L1

Phone: (306) 525-5138
Fax: (306) 525-5148
e-mail: uwhc.regina@sasktel.net

Saskatoon Office

2154 Airport Drive
Saskatoon, Sask.
S7L 6M6

Phone: (306) 382-8662
Fax: (306) 978-7815
e-mail: uwhc.saskatoon@sasktel.net

Funding is provided by grants from the Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan trade unions.

Funding for this project provided by Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy

Labour Market Services Branch

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