Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.
A majority of the states have laws covering employee military duty leave. Some states also have laws regarding military family leave.
State law requires employers in the majority of states to follow certain rules regarding time-off for military duty, including rules governing pay, notice and reinstatement.
Some states also have laws regarding military family leave that employers must follow.
Click on your shaded state on the map to see what your state's laws require regarding military leave and military family leave.
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