In California, the Employment Development Department is a department of government that administers the Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Paid Family Leave programs.
The department also provides employment service programs and collects the state's labor market information and employment data.
Edd employs approximately 10,000 people and is headquartered at 722 Capitol Mall in Sacramento, California.
Parent agency Budget for 2018–2019: $882 million USD
For every week of unemployment between December 27, 2021, and September 4, 2022,
Edd was paying $300 in federal unemployment compensation on top of your current weekly benefit amount. Edd means Employment Development Department.
EDD offers a wide variety of services to millions of Californians under Unemployment Insurance (UI), State Disability Insurance (SDI), and workforce investment (Jobs and Training).