Leaves of Absence

If you have a baby, become injured or need to care for a family member, you may need to be away from work. Each of the leaves outlined below have specific details on eligibility, pay and job protection, and the process you must follow to report and manage your leave. For more information, go to Insight.

Family Medical (FMLA)

You are eligible for 12 weeks in a 12-month period for the birth or adoption of a child, to care for a family member or for your own serious medical condition.

This leave is unpaid, but accrued sick hours may be used.

Military Duty

Employees with military service can take the time determined by the service orders.

Time can vary depending on military orders.

If you’re eligible, this leave is paid.

For employees in California

California Family Rights Act (CFRA)

You are eligible for up to 12 weeks in a 12-month period to take care of yourself or a family member for a serious health condition or to care for a newborn or child placed with you for adoption or foster care.

This leave is unpaid unless it runs concurrently with another paid leave program. 

California Military Spouse Leave

You are eligible for up to 10 days.

This leave is unpaid.

California Paid Family Leave (CPFL)

You are eligible for up to six weeks.

This leave is paid through the state of California or by Aflac (previously Zurich) if you’re participating in the Intuit Voluntary Disability Insurance Plan (VDI).

California Pregnancy Disability Leave (CPDL)

You are eligible for up to four months if you’re disabled by pregnancy, childbirth or related conditions.

This leave is unpaid unless it runs concurrently with another paid leave program.

California State Disability Insurance (SDI)

You are eligible for up to 52 weeks if you are unable to work due to an injury or illness.

This leave is paid through the state of California or by Alfac (previously Zurich) if you’re participating in the Intuit Voluntary Disability Insurance Plan (VDI).

Review the SDI/VDI comparison chart.

Intuit Voluntary Disability Insurance Plan (VDI)

Elect to participate and receive the same disability coverage as SDI if you ever need it.

Have lower paycheck deductions, a larger tax-free disability benefit and a quicker, easier, more streamlined filing process.

Review the SDI/VDI comparison chart.