ARMED FORCES. The following are current members of the Armed Forces: (check one) ☐ - None of the Spouses ☐ - Husband ☐ - Wife ☐ - Both Spouses
ARMED FORCES. Employees called upon or who enlist in the Armed Forces of the United States shall be granted leaves of absence and their seniority shall accumulate providing they report for work within ninety (90) days of discharge, unless unable to do so because of illness or injury in which case leave shall be extended.
ARMED FORCES. Government-furnished support to non-CAAF is typically limited to force protection, emergency medical care, and basic human needs (e.g., bottled water, latrine facilities, security, and food when necessary) when performing their jobs in the direct vicinity of U.S. Armed Forces. Non-CAAF status does not apply to contractor personnel in support of applicable operations within the boundaries and territories of the United States. "Subordinate joint force commander" means a sub-unified commander or joint task force commander.
ARMED FORCES. E. Longevity compensation shall be added to the regular payroll check, when due, for eligible employees. It shall be considered a part of the regular compensation and, as such subject to Federal and State withholding tax, social security, retirement deductions, regulations and ordinances of the County of Macomb and other applicable statutes.
ARMED FORCES. The following are current members of the Armed Forces: (check one) ☐ - None of the Spouses ☐ - Husband ☐ - Wife ☐ - Both Spouses NAME CHANGE. After the separation is complete: (check one) ☐ - NEITHER Spouse will be changing their name. ☐ - The following WILL BE changing their name: (check all that apply) ☐ - Husband to [HUSBAND'S NEW NAME]. ☐ - Wife to [WIFE'S NEW NAME].
ARMED FORCES. Employees who volunteer, are drafted, or are ordered to “extended active duty” with any component of the U.S. Armed Forces shall be entitled to reinstatement to their former positions or comparable positions if the right is exercised in a timely manner as noted below. Notice to District All employees should provide either written or oral notice of upcoming military training to the District as soon as reasonably practical. The employee or an appropriate officer of the branch of military in which the employee will serve may provide the notice. Employees who are ordered for such duty shall provide one copy of their orders to the Superintendent. Notice shall include date of departure and date of return for purposes of military training ninety (90) days prior to the date of departure.
ARMED FORCES. No allowance unless their work qualifies them for one of the preceding categories.