Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Jessica Sussman
- Connecticut employers must provide a leave of absence to any employee who is required to perform military duty during regular working hours in Connecticut's armed forces, any reserve component of the US armed forces or the National Guard of any state. See Connecticut Military Leave.
- An employer is prohibited from terminating a Civil Air Patrol member who is absent from work for the purpose of responding to an emergency or participating in required emergency services training. See Civil Air Patrol Leave.
- Employers with 75 or more employees must provide employees with military caregiver leave and military exigency leave for covered family members. See Family Military Leave.
- Employers should maintain documentation of any impending military leaves and train managers on documentation requirements. See Documentation.