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230.32

230.32 Restoration after military leave.

230.32(1)

(1) Any classified employee of this state, except a limited term employee, who enlists, is ordered or is inducted into active service in the armed forces of the United States or who is requested to work for the federal government during a national emergency or a limited national emergency, shall be restored to the same or similar position in the classified service and his or her employment shall be deemed not to have been interrupted by such leave except for the receipt of pay or other compensation and accumulation of sick leave and vacation for the period of such absence, unless the employee qualifies to receive pay and benefits under s. 230.315, and the employee shall be given all other benefits of seniority, status, pay, pay advancement, performance awards and pension rights under ch. 40 as though the state employment was continuous, if:

230.32(1)(a)

(a) The employee presents to the appointing authority a certificate or other evidence that he or she has satisfactorily completed the period of training or service, and discharge is other than dishonorable or other than by reason of the sentence of a general court martial, or other than on the ground of being a conscientious objector who refused to perform military duty or refused to wear the uniform or otherwise to comply with lawful orders of competent military authorities, or other than as a deserter or of an officer by the acceptance of a resignation for the good of the service.

230.32(1)(b)

(b) The period of service is not more than 4 years unless involuntarily retained for a longer period.

230.32(1)(c)

(c) The employee is still qualified to perform the duties of such position.

230.32(1)(d)

(d) The employee makes application for restoration within 180 days after release from such training or services, or hospitalization continuing after discharge because of injuries or sickness resulting from such training or service.

230.32(1)(e)

(e) The circumstances of the employing agency have not changed so as to make it impossible or unreasonable to so restore such employee.

230.32(2)

(2)

230.32(2)(a)

(a) Any employee with permanent status in class who leaves state service for the reasons specified in this section and who has used the yearly vacation in anticipation of a full year's employment is presumed not to have interrupted employment as far as vacation pay is concerned, and any portion of the vacation for which the employee was paid which is unearned at the time of being called to duty may be made up upon return to state service. If the employee does not return to the state service, the employee shall within 2 years after termination of leave repay the state the amount not earned. The application of this provision is retroactive to all state employees called to active duty under P.L. 87-117 (10 USC 263).

230.32(2)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who was serving the probationary period, except in the capacity of a substitute, when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to that point of service in the probationary period as though state employment had not been so interrupted.

230.32(2)(c)

(c) Any classified employee who had attained restoration rights as a seasonal employee when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to such seasonal position or eligibility as though the service or eligibility had not been so interrupted.

230.32(3)

(3)

230.32(3)(a)

(a) Any classified employee who leaves state service and enters the armed forces of the United States shall, under this section, be granted written military leave of absence by the appointing authority. Notice of such leave from state service and the terms of any such leave shall be given in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who leaves state service for civilian employment in response to a specific request or order of the federal government or any of its agencies in connection with manpower redistribution and utilization shall, under this section, make written application to the appointing authority for civilian leave of absence presenting such specific request or order of the federal government as supporting evidence. Such civilian leave shall be allowed by the appointing authority and its terms, which shall conform to the rules of the director, shall be in writing. Notice of such leave from state service shall be made in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(c)

(c) All such military or civilian leaves of absence as heretofore may have been granted are validated and shall be deemed to be sufficient and effective hereunder. Such leaves shall be recorded with the director.

230.32(4)

(4) Any person appointed to fill the position of an employee on such military or civilian leave shall be designated as a substitute or replacement employee and upon the return and reemployment of the original employee the substitute employee shall be transferred to a similar position with the same employing agency if one is available, or if not, he or she shall be eligible for reinstatement or have the right of restoration in accordance with this subchapter and the rules of the administrator. The status of any person who is appointed to fill the place of an employee on military or civilian leave under this section shall be governed by the rules of the administrator pursuant thereto.

230.32(5)

(5) The restoration of classified former employees of the state shall be governed by this section and by the rules of the administrator.

230.32(7)

(7) Any employee who is absent from state service because the employee is in active service, as defined in s. 321.65 (1) (a), is entitled to all reemployment rights and benefits provided under s. 321.65.

230.32 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270 ss. 73, 74; Stats. 1971 s. 16.26; 1977 c. 196 ss. 56, 130 (5); 1977 c. 273; 1977 c. 418 s. 924 (13m); Stats. 1977 s. 230.32; 1981 c. 96 s. 67; 1981 c. 140; 1983 a. 27 s. 2200 (15); 2001 a. 26; 2003 a. 33, 162; 2005 a. 145; 2007 a. 200.

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Statutes > Wisconsin > 230 > 230.32

230.32

230.32 Restoration after military leave.

230.32(1)

(1) Any classified employee of this state, except a limited term employee, who enlists, is ordered or is inducted into active service in the armed forces of the United States or who is requested to work for the federal government during a national emergency or a limited national emergency, shall be restored to the same or similar position in the classified service and his or her employment shall be deemed not to have been interrupted by such leave except for the receipt of pay or other compensation and accumulation of sick leave and vacation for the period of such absence, unless the employee qualifies to receive pay and benefits under s. 230.315, and the employee shall be given all other benefits of seniority, status, pay, pay advancement, performance awards and pension rights under ch. 40 as though the state employment was continuous, if:

230.32(1)(a)

(a) The employee presents to the appointing authority a certificate or other evidence that he or she has satisfactorily completed the period of training or service, and discharge is other than dishonorable or other than by reason of the sentence of a general court martial, or other than on the ground of being a conscientious objector who refused to perform military duty or refused to wear the uniform or otherwise to comply with lawful orders of competent military authorities, or other than as a deserter or of an officer by the acceptance of a resignation for the good of the service.

230.32(1)(b)

(b) The period of service is not more than 4 years unless involuntarily retained for a longer period.

230.32(1)(c)

(c) The employee is still qualified to perform the duties of such position.

230.32(1)(d)

(d) The employee makes application for restoration within 180 days after release from such training or services, or hospitalization continuing after discharge because of injuries or sickness resulting from such training or service.

230.32(1)(e)

(e) The circumstances of the employing agency have not changed so as to make it impossible or unreasonable to so restore such employee.

230.32(2)

(2)

230.32(2)(a)

(a) Any employee with permanent status in class who leaves state service for the reasons specified in this section and who has used the yearly vacation in anticipation of a full year's employment is presumed not to have interrupted employment as far as vacation pay is concerned, and any portion of the vacation for which the employee was paid which is unearned at the time of being called to duty may be made up upon return to state service. If the employee does not return to the state service, the employee shall within 2 years after termination of leave repay the state the amount not earned. The application of this provision is retroactive to all state employees called to active duty under P.L. 87-117 (10 USC 263).

230.32(2)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who was serving the probationary period, except in the capacity of a substitute, when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to that point of service in the probationary period as though state employment had not been so interrupted.

230.32(2)(c)

(c) Any classified employee who had attained restoration rights as a seasonal employee when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to such seasonal position or eligibility as though the service or eligibility had not been so interrupted.

230.32(3)

(3)

230.32(3)(a)

(a) Any classified employee who leaves state service and enters the armed forces of the United States shall, under this section, be granted written military leave of absence by the appointing authority. Notice of such leave from state service and the terms of any such leave shall be given in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who leaves state service for civilian employment in response to a specific request or order of the federal government or any of its agencies in connection with manpower redistribution and utilization shall, under this section, make written application to the appointing authority for civilian leave of absence presenting such specific request or order of the federal government as supporting evidence. Such civilian leave shall be allowed by the appointing authority and its terms, which shall conform to the rules of the director, shall be in writing. Notice of such leave from state service shall be made in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(c)

(c) All such military or civilian leaves of absence as heretofore may have been granted are validated and shall be deemed to be sufficient and effective hereunder. Such leaves shall be recorded with the director.

230.32(4)

(4) Any person appointed to fill the position of an employee on such military or civilian leave shall be designated as a substitute or replacement employee and upon the return and reemployment of the original employee the substitute employee shall be transferred to a similar position with the same employing agency if one is available, or if not, he or she shall be eligible for reinstatement or have the right of restoration in accordance with this subchapter and the rules of the administrator. The status of any person who is appointed to fill the place of an employee on military or civilian leave under this section shall be governed by the rules of the administrator pursuant thereto.

230.32(5)

(5) The restoration of classified former employees of the state shall be governed by this section and by the rules of the administrator.

230.32(7)

(7) Any employee who is absent from state service because the employee is in active service, as defined in s. 321.65 (1) (a), is entitled to all reemployment rights and benefits provided under s. 321.65.

230.32 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270 ss. 73, 74; Stats. 1971 s. 16.26; 1977 c. 196 ss. 56, 130 (5); 1977 c. 273; 1977 c. 418 s. 924 (13m); Stats. 1977 s. 230.32; 1981 c. 96 s. 67; 1981 c. 140; 1983 a. 27 s. 2200 (15); 2001 a. 26; 2003 a. 33, 162; 2005 a. 145; 2007 a. 200.

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Statutes > Wisconsin > 230 > 230.32

230.32

230.32 Restoration after military leave.

230.32(1)

(1) Any classified employee of this state, except a limited term employee, who enlists, is ordered or is inducted into active service in the armed forces of the United States or who is requested to work for the federal government during a national emergency or a limited national emergency, shall be restored to the same or similar position in the classified service and his or her employment shall be deemed not to have been interrupted by such leave except for the receipt of pay or other compensation and accumulation of sick leave and vacation for the period of such absence, unless the employee qualifies to receive pay and benefits under s. 230.315, and the employee shall be given all other benefits of seniority, status, pay, pay advancement, performance awards and pension rights under ch. 40 as though the state employment was continuous, if:

230.32(1)(a)

(a) The employee presents to the appointing authority a certificate or other evidence that he or she has satisfactorily completed the period of training or service, and discharge is other than dishonorable or other than by reason of the sentence of a general court martial, or other than on the ground of being a conscientious objector who refused to perform military duty or refused to wear the uniform or otherwise to comply with lawful orders of competent military authorities, or other than as a deserter or of an officer by the acceptance of a resignation for the good of the service.

230.32(1)(b)

(b) The period of service is not more than 4 years unless involuntarily retained for a longer period.

230.32(1)(c)

(c) The employee is still qualified to perform the duties of such position.

230.32(1)(d)

(d) The employee makes application for restoration within 180 days after release from such training or services, or hospitalization continuing after discharge because of injuries or sickness resulting from such training or service.

230.32(1)(e)

(e) The circumstances of the employing agency have not changed so as to make it impossible or unreasonable to so restore such employee.

230.32(2)

(2)

230.32(2)(a)

(a) Any employee with permanent status in class who leaves state service for the reasons specified in this section and who has used the yearly vacation in anticipation of a full year's employment is presumed not to have interrupted employment as far as vacation pay is concerned, and any portion of the vacation for which the employee was paid which is unearned at the time of being called to duty may be made up upon return to state service. If the employee does not return to the state service, the employee shall within 2 years after termination of leave repay the state the amount not earned. The application of this provision is retroactive to all state employees called to active duty under P.L. 87-117 (10 USC 263).

230.32(2)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who was serving the probationary period, except in the capacity of a substitute, when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to that point of service in the probationary period as though state employment had not been so interrupted.

230.32(2)(c)

(c) Any classified employee who had attained restoration rights as a seasonal employee when he or she left state service shall, under this section, be restored to such seasonal position or eligibility as though the service or eligibility had not been so interrupted.

230.32(3)

(3)

230.32(3)(a)

(a) Any classified employee who leaves state service and enters the armed forces of the United States shall, under this section, be granted written military leave of absence by the appointing authority. Notice of such leave from state service and the terms of any such leave shall be given in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(b)

(b) Any classified employee who leaves state service for civilian employment in response to a specific request or order of the federal government or any of its agencies in connection with manpower redistribution and utilization shall, under this section, make written application to the appointing authority for civilian leave of absence presenting such specific request or order of the federal government as supporting evidence. Such civilian leave shall be allowed by the appointing authority and its terms, which shall conform to the rules of the director, shall be in writing. Notice of such leave from state service shall be made in writing by the appointing authority to the director for purposes of record.

230.32(3)(c)

(c) All such military or civilian leaves of absence as heretofore may have been granted are validated and shall be deemed to be sufficient and effective hereunder. Such leaves shall be recorded with the director.

230.32(4)

(4) Any person appointed to fill the position of an employee on such military or civilian leave shall be designated as a substitute or replacement employee and upon the return and reemployment of the original employee the substitute employee shall be transferred to a similar position with the same employing agency if one is available, or if not, he or she shall be eligible for reinstatement or have the right of restoration in accordance with this subchapter and the rules of the administrator. The status of any person who is appointed to fill the place of an employee on military or civilian leave under this section shall be governed by the rules of the administrator pursuant thereto.

230.32(5)

(5) The restoration of classified former employees of the state shall be governed by this section and by the rules of the administrator.

230.32(7)

(7) Any employee who is absent from state service because the employee is in active service, as defined in s. 321.65 (1) (a), is entitled to all reemployment rights and benefits provided under s. 321.65.

230.32 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270 ss. 73, 74; Stats. 1971 s. 16.26; 1977 c. 196 ss. 56, 130 (5); 1977 c. 273; 1977 c. 418 s. 924 (13m); Stats. 1977 s. 230.32; 1981 c. 96 s. 67; 1981 c. 140; 1983 a. 27 s. 2200 (15); 2001 a. 26; 2003 a. 33, 162; 2005 a. 145; 2007 a. 200.

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