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Does Federal Law Protect Veterans From Being Fired?
Military

Under some circumstances, federal law provides job protections that may allow a veteran to keep a job that he or she would otherwise lose. While nearly all other workers could be fired for any or no reason, depending on the...

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If My Employer Violated USERRA, Can I Be Forced to Use Arbitration?
Military

Under the Uniformed Services Employment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA), veterans and service members have some protections from discrimination based on their military service and are given the right to return to their civilian jobs once their active service ends....

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Unique Employee Rights and Protections for Military Personnel
Military

As a former or active member of the United States military, National Guard, or Reserves, have you ever been asked during a job interview whether you suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? After completing a military tour, were you not...

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Military
Military

Family and Medical Leave Rights for Families of Veterans, Re-Employment Rights for Military Service Members Federal law provides for family and medical leave of spouses and family members of those serving in the military and makes it easier for service...

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