Policy No. D. 3.00

Date of Issue 7/2/2014

An employee who enters the Armed Forces of the United States, or who performs active or inactive duty with the Armed Forces while a member of a Reserve component of the National Guard, will be granted a Military Leave of Absence, in accordance with applicable law. An employee whose period of active service exceeds two weeks will not receive his/her salary for the period of active service beyond two weeks. A National Guard or reservist employee who is granted a leave of absence not exceeding two weeks per calendar year to perform active duty for training will receive his/her regular salary for the period of active duty less the amount of his/her military pay. If the employee chooses, he/she may instead draw vacation pay. If drawing regular pay, the employee must immediately turn in to the Payroll department a copy of the military pay voucher so that the subsequent paycheck is negatively adjusted by the appropriate dollar recovery amount. Duration of leave and reinstatement rights are governed by federal law.