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Walmart changes military leave policy, agrees to pay up to $14 million for reservists’ claims

January 8, 2021

From the Military Times website

Walmart and an Army reservist have reached an agreement to settle his claims regarding paid military leave that could ultimately pay up to $14 million to thousands of Guard and Reserve members.

The proposed settlement, if approved by the court, could include more than 7,000 current and former Walmart employees who have taken military leave since October 2004, according to court documents. Walmart has also changed its policy as of January 1, to increase the paid military leave benefit during shorter-term military duties.

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