Hawaii does not have a state-administered fund for HI TDI. We can integrate and administer the Hawaii Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) plan on a fully-insured or ASO basis.
Current Program Status
The Hawaii Family Leave Law (HFLL) currently mandates four-weeks of unpaid Family Leave to qualified workers at employers with 100 or more employees.
In 2020, HFLL was updated to add grandchildren to the list of family members for whom a qualified employee may use Family Leave. It also defines sibling as an employee’s biological, adopted or foster brother or sister; or a stepbrother or stepsister.
In 2019, the Hawaii Legislative Reference Bureau submitted a report and recommendations for Paid Family Leave legislations. There has been no additional movement on the program at this time.