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Short Term Disability

California State Disability Insurance

Employment Development Department
8977 Activity Road, Bldg. B, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92126-4427
(800) 480-3287
www.edd.ca.gov

California State Disability Insurance (SDI) is funded through employee payroll deductions and provides short-term wage-loss benefits to eligible employees who are unable to work due to a non-work related illness or injury, or a medically disabling condition from pregnancy or childbirth. An eligible employee can begin to collect SDI benefits after seven days of medical absence. To calculate your benefit, refer to the Disability Insurance Weekly Benefit Chart published by the California Employment Development Department.

When a TSRI employee applies for SDI, he/she should notify Benefits Administration as soon as possible to ensure payroll is coordinated appropriately. For more information on SDI, contact the California EDD at 1-800-480-3287 or Benefits Administration at 4-8487.

Florida Short Term Disability

Insured by: Prudential Insurance Company

www.prudential.com

For benefit eligible employees on the Florida campus who become disabled and are unable to work for more than 7 consecutive days, Short Term Disability Insurance provides replacement income up to 55% of your salary with a maximum benefit of $1,173 per week for up to 13 weeks, effective January 1, 2017. The premium for this benefit is paid 100% by TSRI. Research Associates, External Graduate Students and Graduate Students are not eligible for this benefit.

For details about this plan, please contact Benefits Administration via phone at: 858-784-8487 or via email at: benefits@scripps.edu.

Additional Links - California

California Employment Development Department - SDI

FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

Forms - California

State Disability Claim Form - Contact Benefits Administration
for a form at:
PH: 858-784-8487
Email: benefits@scripps.edu

Additional Links - Florida

Short Term Disability Summary Plan Description

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Forms - Florida

Short Term Disability Claim Form