Leave. Employees who are members of the U.S. reserves are entitled to a leave of absence without pay for active duty, active duty for training, inactive duty training, or state active duty for a period of up to 5 years.
Reinstatement. Employees returning from training or hospitalization must be reinstated with the seniority, status, pay, and vacation the employee would have had if he or she had not been absent for military service (UT Code Sec. 39-1-36).
Leave. Public employees who enter active service in the U.S. or state armed forces are entitled to a leave of absence without pay during that service.
Reinstatement. Returning employees are entitled to reinstatement to their former position or an equivalent position provided they apply for reemployment within 40 days after release from service.
Benefits. Returning employees retain all personal, sick, and other leave to which they were entitled before military service. In addition, they must receive and earn benefits and compensation at a ...