Volunteers Employment Protection Act
Volunteers Employment Protection Act
When employees who are in the territorial or reserve forces go on protected voluntary service their employment is protected. This guide discusses what an employer needs to do in such a case.
The object of the Volunteers Employment Protection Act 1973 is to protect the employment of
members of the territorial or reserve forces who go on protected voluntary service.
The Act extends protection to members of the territorial or reserve forces who are called out
for service during a war or a state of emergency, or who undertake service in the national
interest.
Different provisions apply depending on the reason why the employee is taking the leave.
While an employee is on volunteers leave they are entitled to have their employment protected,
however the leave is not paid for by the employer.
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