Temporary Disability“The Hawaii Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) law was enacted in 1969, which requires employers to provide partial “wage replacement” insurance coverage to their eligible employees for non, work-related injury or sickness, including pregnancy. This means that if an employee is unable to work because of an off-the-job injury or sickness and the employee meets the qualifying conditions of the law, the disabled employee will be paid disability or sick leave benefits to partially replace the wages

lost. TDI, however, does not include medical care.” (source: http://labor.hawaii.gov/dcd/home/about-tdi/)

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