What does the WSCC need to know about my gross earnings?

Your rate of compensation depends on your employment situation. If you are a permanent worker, the WSCC needs to know your gross earnings at the time you were hurt. If you are a seasonal or term worker, or have personal optional coverage, the WSCC needs to know your gross earnings for the 12 months prior to your injury.

You must produce one or more of the following documents:

  1. Pay Stubs;
  2. T4’s (Income Tax Statements); or
  3. Employer verification of employment periods and gross earnings for the 12-month period.