Treat Employees on Military Leave Similarly to Those Taking Comparable Types of Leave

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For those of you needing a good refresher on your obligations to employees who take leave to serve in the armed forces, the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently decided a case highlighting certain circumstances when you may need to pay them for that time.

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Eric White, a United Airlines pilot, was also a member of the Air Force Reserve. Periodically, he was required to take short-term periods of military leave, usually lasting a day or two, during which he received no pay or benefits from the airline.

Under United’s applicable

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