Section 19-127 Military leave; temporary training periods.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17545 on 01/06/2003, Section 19-127 read as follows.
(a) Any permanent employee enlisting or inducted into the Armed Forces of the
or who as a member of a Reserve or National Guard Unit is called to active duty in the Armed
Forces and who satisfactorily completes such service and makes application for reemployment
within ninety (90) days of release from active duty shall be returned to city employment in a
position of like pay, seniority or status to the position the employee left. The employee shall be
entitled to the same pay, status and seniority the employee would have had if the employee
continued employment, except that the employee shall not accrue vacation, holiday or sick leaves
during the period the employee is absent from city employment. The employee shall not be
eligible for automatic reinstatement under this section if he reenlists in other than a Reserve
component of the Armed Forces after the end of his first enlistment.
(b) Any employee who is a member of a military reserve or National Guard unit
entitled to leave without loss of time, pay or regular leave or any other benefits for all periods of
military services in the service of the state at the call of the governor and as ordered by the
adjutant general without regard to length of time, and for military services in the service of the
United States for a period not to exceed a total of
fifteen (15) calendar days one
(120) work hours in any federal fiscal year. Employees shall be entitled to full compensation
(based on an hourly daily rate of eight (8) hours, not exceeding forty (40) hours in a week; or for
shift fire employees based on two (2) 56-hour average work weeks; and in any instance excluding
overtime) for what would otherwise be normally assigned work days hours during
the fifteen (15)
calendar days one hundred twenty (120) work hours of military assignment. The
period charged to military leave shall be one hour increments.
All employees must present orders to their supervisors in order to obtain this leave.
(c) Any employee who is a member of a military reserve or National Guard unit
training in excess of
fifteen (15) calendar days one hundred twenty (120) work hours,
and not at
the call of the governor and in the service of the state as set out above shall be entitled to leave
without pay for the duration of the training. If, however, the employee must go on active duty in
the United States Armed Forces to receive such training, the employee shall not be entitled to
leave without pay but rather to reemployment as set out above. An employee entitled to leave
without pay shall not accrue any leaves while receiving military leave without pay, but shall not
lose any previously accrued leaves and shall return to the same or another position similar in pay,
seniority and status. While on military leave without pay the employee shall not be covered by
the city's medical benefits and may only continue family medical benefits by paying the
(Ord. No. 12933, § 1, 4-1-91)
Editor's note--Ord. No. 12933, § 1, passed on April 1, 1991, repealed
§ 19-127 derived from
Code 1964, § 22.740 and Ord. No. 9994, § 1, passed on November 11, 1983, and enacted a new
section 19-127 as herein set out.