Leave of absence. All officers and employees of the state or a political subdivision of the state who are members of the National Guard or the U.S. reserves, or who are subject for call in the federal service, are entitled to a leave of absence for the period of active service without loss of status or efficiency rating.
If the employee has been employed for 90 continuous days immediately preceding the leave of absence, the employee is eligible to receive 20 paid workdays each calendar year for military leave for service.
Any leave of absence necessitated by a full or partial mobilization of the reserve and National Guard or emergency state active duty must be paid for the first 30 days.
If leave is required for weekend, daily, or hourly periods of drill for military training on a day in which an employee is scheduled to work, the employee must be given the option of time off with a concurrent loss of pay for the period missed or must be given an opportunity to reschedule the work period so that the reserve or National Guard weekend, daily, or hourly drill or period of training occurs during time off from work without loss of status or efficiency rating.
Reinstatement. The employee is entitled to reinstatement to his or her former position as long as he or she ...