Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Gloria Ju
- Alaska grants both private and state employees who are members of the organized militia certain leave and reinstatement rights. See Military Code of Alaska > Leave; Military Code of Alaska > Reinstatement.
- Employees must report to work by a specific day after being released from active service. See Military Code of Alaska > Reinstatement.
- The Military Code of Alaska prohibits employment discrimination. See Military Code of Alaska > Discrimination.
- Alaska also provides paid leave and reinstatement rights to state employees who are members of a reserve or auxiliary component of the US Armed Forces. See Military Leave for State Employees.