Leaves of absence without pay for military or Reserve duty are granted to full-time regular and part-time regular employees. If you are called to active military duty or to Reserve or National Guard training, or if you volunteer for the same, you should notify your supervisor and submit copies of your military orders to him or her as soon as is practicable. You will be granted a military leave of absence without pay for the period of military service, in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. If you are a reservist or a member of the National Guard, you are granted time off without pay for required military training. Your eligibility for reinstatement after your military duty or training is completed is determined in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.
In addition, spouses or registered domestic partners of deployed members of the uniformed services may be eligible for up to ten (10) days of unpaid leave in accordance with applicable laws.
Employees may also be entitled to leave pursuant to the FMLA in certain circumstances related to (1) employees and/or their family members being called to active military duty and (2) employees or their family members suffering from certain illnesses or injuries while serving in the military. If you think you may qualify for leave under these circumstances, please contact the Human Resources Department for additional information.
Approved June 9, 2014