One would hope for better from the U.S. Postal Service.  They employ many veterans.  They have a veterans hiring program.  But, in the case of Army Reserve Sergeant Major Richard Erickson, the USPS attempted to terminate his employment even before the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan started.  SGM Erickson was fired from his USPS job

A reader asks a question.  Her business employs a Reservist who will be gone for two weeks doing military training.  The employer understands it needs to give him his time off.  But, does the business also need to pay him his salary during his absence?  

Good question.  No, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment

The Sixth Circuit has rendered a decision regarding a veteran who sued under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. §791.  The Rehab act applies to federal employees who have disabilities.  The Americans with Disabilities Act was based in large part on the Rehab Act.  In this Sixth Circuit decision, the appellate court affirmed the