Leave. Permanent employees who are members of the U.S. reserves and the National Guard are entitled to a total of 15 days' unpaid leave of absence per calendar year for the purpose of engaging in military drill, training, or other temporary duty under military authority.
Reinstatement. Permanent employees are entitled to reinstatement in the same position with the same status, pay, and seniority.
Benefits. During a leave of absence for military training, the employee must accrue seniority, vacation, sick leave, bonus, advancement, and any other and other advantages of employment normally to be anticipated in the employee's position.
USERRA. Any person who is absent from employment to serve in the National Guard is entitled to the reemployment rights and benefits provided by ...