Any member of an organized unit of the ready reserve of the armed forces, who, in order to receive military training leaves a position other than a temporary one for a period not exceeding 17 days in any one calendar year is eligible for military leave privileges.
The period of absence for military training is construed as an absence with leave. The leave may be with or without pay, within the discretion of the employer. Absences for military training do not affect an employee's right to receive normal vacation, sick leave, bonus, advancement and other advantages of employment.
Reinstatement. Any member of an organized unit of the ready reserve of
the armed forces, who, in order to receive military training not exceeding 17
days in any one calendar year, leaves a position other than a temporary one, is
entitled to be restored to his or her position or a similar one with the same
status, seniority and pay under certain conditions: (1) The employee must give
notice to the employer of the date of departure and date of return and provide
satisfactory completion of such training. (2) The employees must still be
qualified to perform the duties of the former job.