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WorkplaceNL committed to alternate service delivery during postal service disruption
Friday, August 26, 2016


WorkplaceNL have taken steps to minimize inconvenience to our clients and service providers during any disruption in mail services in Newfoundland and Labrador. 

To help avoid delays in injured workers receiving regular payments, WorkplaceNL is now contacting injured worker clients who receive paper cheques to confirm their payment delivery method – direct deposit, mail or pick-up. Injured worker clients are encouraged to contact their Case Manager, directly or via 1.800.563.9000, with any questions.  

Payments issued via direct deposit will not be affected.  

All injured workers, employers and vendors/service providers who receive payments from WorkplaceNL, are strongly encouraged to register now for direct deposit if they have not already done so. You may do so by submitting a completed Direct Deposit Enrollment Form. This will ensure that you receive payments without interruption or delay.  

Anyone submitting a time-sensitive form may use the fax number provided on the form or bring the form to one of our offices.  

Employers and service providers are encouraged to use our online connect services to submit forms and other information to WorkplaceNL. Employers may also keep their account up-to-date by using pre-authorized debit, paying in person or through their financial institution.  

We will continue to use Canada Post as long as the dispute does not impact Newfoundland and Labrador.  

WorkplaceNL will continue to monitor the situation, and further information will be posted to workplacenl.ca as required. 

If you have any questions, please call 1.800.563.9000.

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