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If someone joins the reserve forces will his or her employer be informed?
Is an employer obliged to grant additional leave for reserve forces training?
Can an employer refuse to let a member of the reserve forces who has been called out go?
Yes. Regardless of the length of the employee's period of
military service the employer is required to re-employ him or her once it has
ended. This right applies for six months after the end of the period of
service. Re-employment should be to the same job and on terms and conditions no
less favourable than if the employee had not been called out.
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