Unemployment Insurance (UI) & Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) Statistics

UI provides temporary income support to workers who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own and have earned enough wages within a specific “base period” to qualify. The maximum benefit rate payable is $680 per week for up to 26 weeks.

Weekly Update of UI & TDI/TCI Claims Activity

Monthly UI Claims Update

Monthly UI Claims Summary

Characteristics of Insured Unemployed - Current Month

Temporary Disability Insurance/Temporary Caregiver Insurance

TDI provides benefit payments to insured RI workers for weeks of unemployment caused by a temporary disability or injury. Enacted in 1942, TDI was the first of its kind in the United States. It protects workers against wage loss resulting from a non-work related illness or injury, and is funded exclusively by Rhode Island workers. Only four other states; New York, New Jersey, California and Hawaii, as well as the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, have a TDI program.

TCI was signed into law on July 11, 2013. TCI provides eligible claimants up to 5 weeks of caregiver benefits to care for a seriously ill child, spouse, domestic partner, parent, parent-in-law or grandparent, or to bond with a newborn child, new adopted child or new foster-care child. You must apply for TCI benefits during the first 30 days after the first day of leave is taken for reasons of bonding or caregiving.

Monthly TDI/TCI Claims Summary

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