qAll employers must comply with The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), but last year, the U.S. Department of Labor received over 1500 complaints from returning service people. The majority of cases found the employer's to be at fault. Thompson created Employer's Guide to Military Leave Compliance to help you tackle the complexities of federal regulations while streamlining and simplifying the reinstatement process.q--Publisher's website.Finally, if the period of service is less than 31 days, then the statute requires that the returning employee simply report back to work; ... reemploy the service member returning from a period of service of more than 30 days best effectuates the purpose of this provision of USERRA. ... who may face some challenges in reemploying an employee in the organizational structure after a lengthy period of absence, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Employer's Guide to Military Leave Compliance|
|Author||:||Dean L. Silverberg, Tracey A. Cullen|
|Publisher||:||Thompson Publishing Group - 2006|