Disability Programs

Industrial Disability Leave

The Industrial Disability Leave (IDL) Program is a wage continuation program, in lieu of Workers' Compensation Temporary Disability (TD) benefits for CSU employees who have suffered a work related injury or illness. Employees deemed eligible for this benefit also must be members of the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) or the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS).

The IDL benefit will be equivalent to the full amount of the injured employee's salary for the first 22 days of the work related injury or illness (a three day waiting period may apply). Thereafter, IDL benefits will be equivalent to two-thirds of the employee's salary, payable for the next eleven months of disability.

IDL payments are based on the actual number of workdays the disabled employee is absent. An eligible employee may receive IDL payments for a period not to exceed 52 weeks within two (2) years from the first day of disability. The 52-week eligibility period is equivalent to 365 calendar days.

For more information regarding IDL, including program guidelines and eligibility, please refer to the IDL Administrative Guide.


   

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