The Chancellor's Office offers a variety of leave options.
Employees with accrued sick leave credits may take paid time off when they
are ill or need to care for a family member who is ill.
Includes information on catastrophic leave, as well as how to donate sick
leave or vacation credits to fellow employees in need of catastrophic leave.
Family and Medical Leave (FML)
Employees with at least 12 months of service are eligible for an unpaid leave
of up to 12 weeks in a 12-month period if certain criteria are met.
Most employees are eligible for five days of bereavement leave with pay for
each death of an immediate family member or of a significantly close relative.
Maternity/paternity/adoption leave is a paid leave of up to 30 days for the
birth of an employee's child or the placement of a child with the employee
through adoption or foster care.
If a female employee is disabled by pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical
condition, she is entitled under California law to take pregnancy disability
leave without pay for up to four months, depending on the period of actual
Non-Industrial Disabillity (NDI)
This insurance plan administered by California EDD covers eligible employees
who are unable to work because of a non-work-related disability (including
maternity) for up to 26 weeks.
Long Term Disability (LTD)
This insurance plan for managers and executives continues salary at 66 2/3 percent after
a six-month waiting period if the disability meets specified requirements.
Industrial Disability Leave (IDL)
This benefit is paid in lieu of workers' compensation temporary disability (TD)
to eligible employees who are injured on the job.
The CSU also offers a variety of other leave programs including jury duty,
military leave, time off to vote and leaves without pay.
Other Programs for Disabled Employees
Social Security Disability
| PERS Disability Retirement
March 5, 2007