By Irene Spezzamonte (September 23, 2021, 4:33 p.m. EDT) – A UPS driver who is in the U.S. Army Reserve told a federal judge in Washington that his lawsuit alleging the company denied him paid military leave should continue, arguing that military leave should be compensated like other UPS grant leave.
Reservist Justin Baker told U.S. District Judge Salvador Mendoza Jr. in an opposition motion on Wednesday that the United Parcel Service had not paid his salary while on military leave despite being paid for sick leave and sick leave. mourning non-military employees, in violation of the employment and re-employment of uniformed services. Rights Act.
“UPS is trying to cover their tracks by arguing that the military …
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