Be advised – your payment will be delayed next week due to the Victoria Day holiday

At RPI Consulting Group, we pride ourselves on being Canada’s #1 healthcare staffing firm, and a big part of the reputation that we’ve built over the years is based on how quickly we pay our independent contractors. Whether you’re a pharmacist, a regulated pharmacy technician (RPht), pharmacy assistant, nurse practitioner (NP), registered practical nurse (RPN), licensed practical nurse (LPN), registered nurse (RN), personal support worker (PSW), dietary aide, or healthcare aide, you can always expect to receive your pay on time and with minimal delays. Our state-of-the-art Easy Bill system is second-to-none in the industry, and no matter what the situation may be, we will always endeavour to get your pay to you as fast and efficiently as possible, whether it’s via direct deposit, EMT, or any other means.

The long weekend will cause delays

However, ahead of the May 2-4 long weekend, we wanted to give a quick reminder that Monday, Victoria Day, is a federal statutory holiday, and the vast majority of banks and financial institutions will be closed that day to reflect this. Due to these closures, you should expect your pay to be a day or two late next week, as unfortunately this is a circumstance beyond our control. So, for example, if your pay usually arrives on Tuesday, it may not arrive next week until Wednesday or Thursday. And if your pay usually arrives on Friday, it may not arrive until the following week. Of course, this will vary from bank to bank, but we wanted to make sure that our contractors are aware of the potential delays.

RPI apologizes for any delays that may occur. Please rest assured that we will do everything we can to get you your pay as quickly as possible, and in fact, we will be verifying hours and doing our accounting work well ahead of time so that any delays will be minimal at most.

In closing

Again, please accept our sincere apologies for any payment delays that may occur due to next Monday’s Victoria Day statutory holiday. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us, or reach out to your Account Manager directly. And please have a safe and enjoyable long weekend!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Article

Are you a staff pharmacist looking for work? Don't sleep on this incredible opportunity

Next Article

RPI is seeking multiple experienced, ambitious pharmacy assistants

Related Posts