A disability that is expected to last no more than one year.
(TD) - Money paid to an employee who is temporarily unable to work because of a work-related injury or illness. The Labor Code mandates a payment of two thirds of the average weekly salary up to the maximum amount established by the Labor Code.
A nonpermanent physical illness or injury that incapacitates beyond the initial issuance month. See: Food Stamp Employment & Training
Temporary Disability Leave is provided to employees in regular positions if an employee is physically or mentally unable to work. (Temporary disability resulting from a work-related illness or injury subject to Workers' Compensation laws are addressed in The George Washington University Manual of Personnel Polices for the use of Supervisory Staff). Temporary disability is always unpaid leave. An employee must exhaust all accrued Sick and Annual Leave prior to being placed on Temporary Disability Leave. When recording Temporary Disability Leave in the Time Reporting System, use pay code LWP.
A wage replacement benefit paid when your physician reports you cannot work because of an industrial injury or illness.
A benefit payable during a period when an injury or illness is being contested as work-related. A temporary benefit eventually becomes a nonoccupational or occupational disability benefit.
Short-term disability expected to last less than 12 months.
Payments you get if you lose wages because your injury prevents you from doing your usual job while recovering.
An injury or deformity that prevents you from doing certain things for a period of time but which either heals over time or can be repaired.