Military Leave Sample Clauses

Military Leave. An employee will be granted unpaid Military Leave in accordance with the Employment Standards Act. The employee will give as much notice as is reasonably possible and will provide a copy of the Military Notice when received.
Military Leave. In addition to twenty-one (21) working days of paid leave granted to employees for required military duty or to take part in training or drills including those in the National Guard or active status, unpaid military leave will be granted in accordance with RCW 38.40.060 and applicable federal law. Employees on military leave will be reinstated as provided in RCW 73.16 and applicable federal law.
Military Leave. An employee shall be entitled to any military leave provided by law and shall retain all rights and privileges granted by law arising out of the exercise of military leave.
Military Leave. A. An employee shall be entitled during the time of his/her service in the armed forces of the Commonwealth, under Sections 38, 40, 41, 42, or 60 of Chapter 33 of the General Laws, to receive pay therefor, without loss of his/her ordinary remuneration as an employee.
Military Leave. In accordance with Minnesota Statutes 192.261 and federal law, leave shall be granted to an employee who voluntarily or involuntarily enters into active military service, active duty for training, initial active duty for training, inactive duty training or full-time National Guard duty in the armed forces of the United States for the period of military service, not to exceed five (5) years. At an employee’s request, an employee on unpaid military leave shall be allowed to supplement such leave with vacation leave in accordance with law. Any vacation leave used must have been accumulated prior to the start of the military leave.
Military Leave. Leave required in order for a nurse to maintain status in a military reserve of the United States shall be granted without pay, without loss of benefits accrued to the date such leave commences, and shall not be considered part of the nurse’s earned annual leave time.
Military Leave. Military leave shall be granted pursuant to applicable law.
Military Leave. In accordance with Minn. Stat. 192.261, Subd. 1, and federal law, leave shall be granted to an employee who voluntarily or involuntarily enters into active military service, active duty for training, initial active duty for training, inactive duty training, or full- time National Guard duty in the armed forces of the United States for the period of military service, not to exceed five (5) years, plus such additional time as the employee may be required to serve pursuant to law. Leave time for service in the military shall be considered as paid leave for purposes of vacation leave and sick leave accrual. Employees requesting such leave shall notify their immediate supervisor as soon as possible of the need for such leave. Such notice must occur within three (3) calendar days of the employee’s knowledge of the need for such leave. At an employee’s request, an employee on unpaid military leave shall be allowed to supplement such leave with vacation leave in accordance with law. Any vacation leave used must have been accumulated prior to the start of the military leave. Prior to taking military leave, the employee shall be allowed a reasonable amount of time to meet with Human Resources to discuss and explain the rights and benefits available to the employee and his or her family while on military leave. At the request of the employee, a union steward or Association representative may be present.