Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI), like workers’ compensation and unemployment insurance programs, is a “wage replacement” program. This means if you are unable to work because of an off-the-job sickness or injury and you meet the qualifying conditions of the law, you will be paid disability or sick leave benefits to partially replace the wages you lost. TDI does not include medical care.
Your employer must provide TDI (or sick leave) benefits when you are unable to work because of a disability. The State does not pay TDI benefits; it makes sure every employer subject to the law provides benefits for the employer’s employees. If your employer does not provide the benefits, report this immediately to the nearest Disability Compensation Division Office.
- State of Hawaiʻi Temporary Disability Benefits Plan for Civil Service Employees Covered by a Collective Bargaining Agreement – A9.770 (PDF)
- State of Hawaiʻi Temporary Disability Benefits Plan for Non-Bargaining or Excluded Employees – A9.771 (PDF)
Forms and Information
- Notice to Employees Included in Collective Bargaining Units 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 13 – Temporary Disability Benefits Plan (PDF)
- Notice to Non-Bargaining Officers and Employees – Temporary Disability Benefits Plan (PDF)
- TDB Document/Form Distribution (PDF)
- Duration of TDB for BU and Non BU Employees (PDF)
- HRD(TDI)-1 Claim For Temporary Disability Benefits Form (PDF)
- HRD(TDI)-3 Worksheet For Processing TD Benefit Claim Form (PDF)
- UH (TDI)-3 Worksheet For Processing TD Benefit Claim For Employees Not Covered By An Approved Sick Leave Plan (Lecturer/Casual Hire) Form (PDF)
- TDI-46 Denial Of Claim For Disability Benefits Form (PDF)