Leave. Beginning July 1, 2011, employers with 50 or more employees must allow employees to take an unpaid leave for up to 15 days during a year to perform civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter-narcotics missions. Employees responding to a state or nationally declared emergency may take more time off. Employees can’t lose accrued time, leave or any other rights or benefits as a result of taking leave. Employers can request that employees be exempt from this duty; the Missouri wing commander must honor this request. (S.B. 36, L. 2011)
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