California State Disability Insurance Pamphlets (DE 2515) - MASTSD
Each English or Spanish pack contains 20 California State Disability Insurance (SDI) pamphlets.
Disability Insurance (DI) is a component of the State Disability Insurance (SDI) Program, designed to partially replace wages lost due to a non-work-related disability.
California employers must provide employees information about their rights to SDI benefits, at the time of hire and again when taking a leave of absence for a reason that is covered.
The SDI pamphlet notifies employees of their right to disability insurance benefits should they sustain a non-work-related injury.
Including these disability insurance pamphlets in your orientation kits and making sure one is available to every employee taking a leave for a covered reason fulfill an important legal obligation.
Remember, not informing employees of their rights in the workplace can result in lawsuits and fines.
The SDI pamphlet:
- Describes the SDI Benefits Program in California
- Outlines what makes employees eligible or ineligible for SDI benefits
- Explains how to apply for disability insurance benefits
- Fulfills your legal obligation to distribute SDI information to all new hires and again to those becoming absent due to a non-work-related disability
Last Revise: DE 2515 Rev. 68 and DE 2515/S Rev. 68 (Dated 1/22)