Leave. Employees who are members of the National Guard must be allowed to take a leave of absence to perform active duty or training.
Returning employees must be reinstated to their former position with the seniority, status, pay, and other rights and benefits they would have had if they had not been absent (KY Rev. Stat. Sec. 38.238).
Paid leave. Public employees who are members of the National Guard, the U.S. reserves, or the U.S. Public Health Service reserves are entitled to a leave of absence for duty or training in the service of the United States or the state.
The leave must be granted without loss of time, pay, regular leave, impairment of efficiency rating, or of any other rights or benefits to which the employee is entitled.
An employee will be paid his or her ...