Employers must accommodate employees called to active duty

Kee, Conrad
November 2001
Employee Benefit News;Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p62
Reports the call of the military reservists and National Guard members to active their duty in the United States. Employment rights of those called to active duty; Reemployment rights of the military members; Protection from discharge upon return to work.


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