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 Notice to Employees - UI, DI, and PFL Insurance Benefits PDF

The Notice to Employees - UI, DI, and PFL Insurance Benefits is a labor law posters poster by the California Department Of Industrial Relations. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in California, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This mandatory poster is published by the Employment Development Department reference code DE 1857A, and advises employees of potential Unemployment Insurance (UI), Disability Insurance (DI), and Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefits they may be eligible for. Also available in Spanish.


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Notice to Employees 	
This employer is registered with the Employment Development Department (EDD) 
as required by the California Unemployment Insurance Code and is reporting wage 
credits to the EDD that are being accumulated for you to be used as a basis for: 	
UI 	
Unemployment Insurance 
(funded entirely by employers’ taxes) 
Unemployment Insurance (UI) is paid for by your employer and provides partial income replacement when you 
are unemployed or your hours are reduced due to no fault of your own. To claim UI beneft payments you must 
also meet all UI eligibility requirements, including that you must be available for work and searching for work. 
How to File a New UI Claim 
Use one of the following methods: 
• Online: UI Online	
SM is the fastest and most convenient way to fle your UI claim. Visit 
UI Online (edd.ca.gov/UI_Online) to get started. 
•  Phone: Representatives are available at the following toll-free numbers, Monday through Friday between 
8 a.m. to 12 noon (Pacifc Standard Time) except during state holidays. 
English  1-800-300-5616  Cantonese 1-800-547-3506  V	
 ietnamese 1-800-547-2058 
Spanish 1-800-326-8937  Mandarin 1-866-303-0706  TTY 1-800-815-9387 
•  Fax or Mail: When accessing UI Online to fle a new claim, some customers will be i�
nstructed to fax or 
mail their UI application to the EDD. If this occurs, the Unemployment 	

Insurance Application (DE 1101I), 
will display. For faster and more secure processing, fax the completed form to the numb�
er listed on the form. 
If mailing your UI application, use the address on the form and allow additional time for processing. 
Important: Waiting to fle your UI claim may delay beneft payments. 	
DI 	
Disability Insurance 
(funded entirely by employees’ contributions) 
Disability Insurance (DI) is funded by employees’ contributions and provides partial wage replacement benefts to 
eligible Californians who are unable to work due to a non-work-related illness, injury, pregnancy, or disability. 
Your employer must provide the Disability Insurance Provisions (DE 2515) brochure, to newly hired employees 
and to each employee who is unable to work due to a non-work-related illness, injury, pregnancy, or disability. 
How to File a New DI Claim 
Use one of the following methods: 
•  Online: SDI Online is the fastest and most convenient way to fle your claim. Visit 
SDI Online (edd.ca.gov/SDI_Online) to get started. 
•  Mail:  To fle a claim with the EDD by mail, complete and submit a Claim for Disability Insurance (DI) Benefts 
(DE 2501) form. You can obtain a paper claim form from your employer, physician/practitioner, visiting a 
State Disability Insurance offce, online at EDD Forms and Publications (edd.ca.gov/Forms), or by calling 
1-800-480-3287. 
Note: If your employer maintains an approved Voluntary Plan for DI coverage, contact your employer for assistance.  For more information about DI, visit State Disability Insurance (edd.ca.gov/disability) or call 1-800-480-3287.  State government employees should call 1-866-352-7675. 
TTY (for deaf or hearing-impaired individuals only) is available at 1-800-563-2441. 	
PFL 	
Paid Family Leave 
(funded entirely by employees’ contributions) 
Paid Family Leave (PFL) is funded by employees’ contributions and provides partial wage replacement benefts 
to eligible Californians who need time off work to care for seriously ill child, parent, parent-in-law, grandparent, 
grandchild, sibling, spouse, or registered domestic partner. Benefts are available to parents who need time off 
work to bond with a new child entering the family by birth, adoption, or foster care placement. Benefts are also 
available for eligible Californians who need time off work to participate in a qualifying event resulting from a 
spouse, registered domestic partner, parent, or child’s military deployment to a foreign country. 
Your employer must provide the Paid Family Leave (DE 2511) brochure, to newly hired employees and to each 
employee who is taking time off work to care for a seriously ill family members, to bond with a new child, or to 
participate in a qualifying military event. 
How to File a New PFL Claim 
Use one of the following methods: 
•  Online: SDI Online is the fastest and most convenient way to fle your claim. Visit 
SDI Online (edd.ca.gov/SDI_Online) to get started. 
•  Mail:  To fle a claim with the EDD by mail, complete and submit a Claim for Paid Family Leave (PFL) Benefts 
(DE 2501F) form. You can obtain a paper claim form from your employer, a physician/practitioner, visiting 
a State Disability Insurance offce, online at EDD Forms and Publications (edd.ca.gov/Forms), or by calling 
1-877-238-4373. 
Note: If your employer maintains an approved Voluntary Plan for PFL coverage, contact your employer for assistance.  For more information about PFL, visit State Disability Insurance (edd.ca.gov/disability)  or call 1-877-238-4373. 
State government employees should call 1-877-945-4747. 
TTY (for deaf or hearing-impaired individuals only) is available at 1-800-445-1312. 
Note: 	Some employees may be exempt from coverage by the above insurance programs. It is illegal to make a 
false statement or to withhold facts to claim benefts. For additional information, visit the EDD (edd.ca.gov). 	
DE 1857A Rev. 44 (12-20) (INTERNET)  Page 1 of 1

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