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Puerto Rico Paid Family & Medical Leave (PR PFML)
The Puerto Rico Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) Temporary Non-Occupational Disability Insurance (SINOT) program pays benefits to insured workers who have lost their wages as a result of a disability caused by an illness or injury that is not related to employment or to a car accident. In addition, it provides dismemberment and death benefits to an insured workers’ dependents.
Coverage Options: MetLife provides fully insured and self-insured temporary disability coverage.
Job Protection: The PR SINOT program does not provide job protection, only monetary benefits. However, job protection may be provided through other federal or state laws such as the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Benefits: Up to 26 weeks with a maximum benefit of $113 ($55 for agricultural workers).
Contributions: All employers, including public corporations, must pay contributions. Either both the employer and the worker or the employer only contribute to the Disability Fund. The contribution will be .60% of the salary received by the worker, up to a maximum of $9,000.00 per calendar year. The contribution of the worker may not be greater than .30%.
The information presented on this website is not legal advice and should not be relied upon or construed as legal advice. It is not permissible for MetLife or its employees or agents to give legal advice. The information on this website is for general informational purposes only and does not purport to be complete or to cover every situation. You must consult with your own legal advisors to determine how the specific state’s Paid Family and Medical/Disability Leave law(s) will affect you.