Q & A Session – Work Rules for Military Command
Ask the Lawyer received the following question (paraphrased for easier reading and clarity) from a reader on a legal matter that might be of interest to the entire audience.
My military command is often given a “training holiday” in conjunction with a federal holiday, creating a four-day break. My new command was under the impression that a military member must be present in order for the government civilian to come to work.is there any regulation that states government civilians (not defense contractors) working for a military command must have a military member present at all times?
No. But the local commanders have a lot of discretion on establishing those types of work rules.
Bill Bransford is managing partner of Shaw, Bransford & Roth, PC.
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