Permanent private employees are entitled to an unpaid leave of absence for military service. Unless circumstances make it impossible or unreasonable to reemploy an individual, employees who have left their position to perform military service are entitled to reinstatement to their former position, or a position of like seniority, status, and pay, upon completion of service, provided they:
· Received a certificate of completion of military service
· Are still qualified to perform the duties of the position
· Apply for reinstatement within 90 days after completing military service
Employees must be reinstated without loss of seniority and are entitled to participate in insurance or other benefits offered by the employer to other employees taking leaves of absence. Employers are prohibited from firing a reinstated employee without cause for one year following reemployment.
Assemblies, annual training, and service schools. A permanent employee who leaves employment for up to six months in a ...