AN ACT TO PROVIDE DEFINITIONS TO CLARIFY THE NATIONAL GUARD REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS AND TO EXTEND THE REEMPLOYMENT APPLICATION PERIOD FOR NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS WHO HAVE INCURRED AN INJURY DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF STATE ACTIVE DUTY AND TO ADD ADDITIONAL PROTECTIONS FOR ACTIVE AND RESERVE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS UPON EARLY TERMINATION OF A RENTAL AGREEMENT.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Further amends GS 127A-202, pertaining to reemployment rights of National Guard members, to provide that if the employee's state duty lasted 30 days or less, the employee must make written application to the employee's previous employer for reemployment no later than the first regularly scheduled work period beginning eight hours after the employee has safely traveled from the place of state service to the employee's address.
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