ADP military leave policy

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Robert in Milton, Washington

40 months ago

Does anyone have info on ADPs policy for military leave for Reserve and National Guard?

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Casey Brady in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

36 months ago

Hi Robert, Hopefully I didn't see this 4 months to late. Here is our policy.

Military Leave of Absence

ADP’s Military Leave of Absence policy enables associates who are members of the United States Armed Forces, Reserves, National Guard or other “uniformed services” as defined by The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA); to fulfill periodic active duty and military training responsibilities.

1. Military Leave, including reinstatement rights, if any, will be determined in accordance with applicable federal and state law. For more information on USERRA, a copy of the Employer Resource Guide, and other news and information, visit the Department of Defense, the National Committee Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve(ESGR) internet site at www.esgr.mil. Associates on Military Leave are eligible to receive the difference between their regular ADP pay and military pay. Eligibility for salary continuation requires proof of the amount of military pay the associate will receive.

3. Prior to commencing a Military Leave, associates must complete an ADP Leave of Absence Application and submit a copy of their active duty orders to the ADP Leaves Administrator; unless circumstances make it unreasonable to so before the leave begins.
This policy does not constitute an employment contract and in no way alters the “at-will” status of employment with ADP. Either ADP or its associates may terminate their employment with or without cause, at any time and for any reason, unless prohibited by law.
This policy is subject to immediate change or revocation at any time at ADP’s sole discretion. Benefits under this policy are not guaranteed and the provisions set forth herein do not establish a contract of any kind. For purposes of this policy, the determination of whether an associate is disabled will be made at ADP’s sole discretion.

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